Lian Li's New Test Bench Makes Our Spider Sense Tingle

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Mark17

Can it do any tricks?

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Mighty BOB!

LAN parties? Seriously?  Has Lian Li ever been to a LAN party?  An
exposed motherboard like that is a death sentence at a LAN party. 
Someone is guaranteed to spill soda or crumbs on that or trip onto it
or something terrible.

 

It's perfectly fine as a workbench chassis though if you're constantly swapping parts.

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Trooper_One

It'll be cooler if they added swivels and bends and have them attach to a motor and to the motherboard via USB - and make it bendable.

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cahedler

It does look exactly like a replicator... I'd be a little wary of this case :P

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coldroll

This is a really neat computer case, if I owned it my cat would destroy it.

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violian

This is why I like Lian-Li and what they do. Clearly, these people love what they do (designing PC cases). They know it won't sell many units, but nontheless, they make such products cuz there are those folks out there.

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whathuhitwasntme

It looks rather like a replicator from SG-1

 

 

 

 

Blindly Going Where many have gone before but often failing to read the directions!

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Rocketpop

I don't see a cover for the top...Shouldn't there be a cover?

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Biceps

Lol, no.  But I am wondering where the cup-holder is.

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Modred189

This is a workbench chassis. For folks who swap parts in and out regularly. A cover would just get in the way. Besides LianSpiderLi needs no sktinkin' cover!

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F1_Computers

Reminds me more of a red tektite from Zelda... could have called this a 'techtite' or something.

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