Lian Li adds three new compact cases to product list

The Taiwanese company Lian Li has added three new compact PC cases to its product list – the PC-Q02, PC-Q03 and PC-Q16. The novelties come in black and silver and belong to the Mini-Tower form factor.

The Lian Li PC-Q02 case measures 149 x 230 x 200 mm, supports Mini-ITX motherboards and sports one 3.5-inch device slot, one 2.5-inch slot and space for a thin optical drive. Weighing 2 kilograms the case can accept CPU coolers as high as 60 mm and has a 300-watt power supply unit. This case however does not accept expansion cards.

Another newcomer – the Lian Li PC-Q03 case measures 199 x 245 x 210 mm for a weight of 1.57 kilograms and supports one slot video cards with a length of up to 180 mm and CPU coolers as high as 60 mm. The case does not come with a power supply unit, so you need to install one no longer than 160 mm. The PC-Q03 also supports Mini-DTX and Mini-ITX motherboards.

Lian Li PC-Q03

The last new Lian Li member is the PC-Q16 case that measures 199 x 160 x 290 mm and weighs 1.8 kg. This case supports Mini-ITX boards, one 3.5-inch device and three 2.5-inch devices but does not support optical drives, PSUs with up to 105 mm in length and CPU coolers as high as 60 mm. The case comes with a 300-watt PSU and a 140 mm fan but does not support installation of PCI cards.

The Lian Li PC-Q02, PC-Q03 and PC-Q16 cost 150 USD, 150 USD and 160 USD accordingly.


Source: Benchmarkreviews.com

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