A couple of weeks before Computex, Lian Li pushed forward a press release regarding their new DK-02X chassis that doubles up as a desk. The premise is simple – the desk is as thick as a normal PC, and the central element pulls out like a server would do on rails. The chassis part is made of aluminium, with the top of tempered glass (80kg max load) and the legs are made of iron. This would allow a user to show off their PC inside the desk and not waste space with a separate tower either on the desk or beside it, with enough space on the desk itself to attach three separate monitor mounts and many monitors as much as the budget allows...
It seems that the further down the chain of PC components, the more companies there are to produce the hardware. For desktop PCs we have two main CPU...20 by Ian Cutress on 2/14/2014
It seems that this is a week of Lian Li press releases – first up was the PC-V358 micro-ATX case that uses hinges to make accessing the components easier...43 by Ian Cutress on 12/20/2013
A lot of shiny cases come out of Lian Li, best known for their use of aluminum with an element of style. Chassis like the mini-ITX based TU-200...30 by Ian Cutress on 12/18/2013
For many users who have gone to a large LAN event, taking stock of all the crazy PC builds is part of the experience. Some users modify the...19 by Ian Cutress on 5/14/2013
As a case designer and manufacturer, Lian Li has built their entire business around aluminum. It's one of those materials that seems to have a real marketing draw, that...59 by Dustin Sklavos on 9/30/2012
Marking our fifth venture into Lian Li territory in recent years, the PC-A55 enclosure we have on hand is another unique, slightly-off-the-wall design from a company we've come to...63 by Dustin Sklavos on 6/16/2012
If you're willing to shell out the money for them, there are a lot of interesting alternative enclosure designs on the market. Companies like SilverStone, Thermaltake, and Lian Li...65 by Dustin Sklavos on 12/7/2011