Lian Li has announced its new PC-Q13 chassis with a unique curved design.
Earlier this year at CES, we saw a number of Lian-Li's new chassises, one of which has now has been officially announced. The case in question is the PC-Q13, which is a mini-ITX chassis with a rather unique design. The case is built for users to show off their system and has a large acrylic front window on its curved front.
The PC-Q13's power button is LED lit, blue when powered and red when there is no hard drive activity. External connectivity on the enclosure is via two USB 3.0 ports. A headphone and microphone jack are on the right side of the chassis so as to not disturb the clean look of the design.
The case has room for mini-ITX motherboards, graphics cards up to 200 mm long, and up to four 2.5-inch drives. The case also has the ability to house a small form factor power supply up to 125mm long. Behind the motherboard resides a 140 mm fan for cooling, which draws air from the side of the chassis and the top.