This year at Computex, case maker Lian-Li introduced a less pricey line of cases designed to be kinder to your wallet than the likes of Corsair’s $300 offering from earlier on in the day.
The global economic climate still sucks - and just because we’re hearing less about it, that doesn’t mean people have more money than they did a few months ago. Lian-Li is trying to bring prices down a little without sacrificing too much of the construction quality or attention to detail that Lian-Li is known for.
Boasting a completely tool-less design, the case is composed of an aluminum outer shell with a steel structure inside and a black interior. There are four different models in the line. Pictured here is the PC-K62 which has three 140 mm fans (1000rpm), one 120 mm (1500rpm) and a transparent side window. The chassis stands at 210 × 460 x 490 mm. This case features a black interior.
The price of the basic model should be about 70 euros (around $100), while the model in photos is expected to cost about 120 euros (around $171).