Lian-Li Intros the PC-TU100 Mini-ITX 'Suitcase'

Lian Li is introducing a new chassis, the PC-TU100. This is a Mini-ITX chassis designed to mimic a suitcase, symbolizing how easy it is to transport. The case itself is 158 x 275 x 242 mm and weighs only 1.77 kg. Inside the enclosure buyers will be able to house a Mini-ITX motherboard as well as an SFX form-factor power supply no longer than 170 mm. Graphics cards can be no longer than 190 mm and may only occupy two expansion slots on the rear I/O.

The enclosure also houses up to two 2.5" drives and a slim optical drive. There is no room for a 3.5" drive. Cooling is handled by a single front 120 mm fan which generates positive pressure, also covered by a dust filter.

External connectivity is taken care of by two USB 3.0 ports, HD analog audio ports and a power button.

Availability is expected around the end of June, with an MSRP of $110.

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  • SR-71 Blackbird
    LAN party!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • Maxx_Power
    Can't wait for the Ncase. If Lian-Li does manufacture the Ncase eventually, I hope they put all their efforts into it.
  • noobzilla771
    Ooooo a slightly larger version that can fit regular sized PSU and maybe 250mm graphics would be awesome. What's the best card you can fit that's under 190mm?