Lancool Launches PC-K56N Mid Tower Computer Case for a Benjamin

Paul Lilly

A hundred dollars doesn't stretch very far these days (dinner for two and movie with popcorn will just about obliterate your C-note), but it does get you a mid-tower computer case from Lancool. Lancool's new PC-K56N is the latest addition to the company's Dragon Lord Series, and it supposedly boasts an efficient interior with a mostly tool-less design for easy installation.

It's constructed of SECC steel with a plastic front bezel. There's an adjustable hard drive rack inside with support for up to three 3.5-inch HDDs and two 2.5-inch HDDs or SSDs, which can be set to face either forward or backward, depending on how you want to route your cables. A rubber suspension system cuts down on noise caused by vibrations, and included thumbscrews makes installation quick and easy.

Cooling duties are handed by a front 140mm intake fan and rear 120mm exhaust fan. Users can optionally install two more 140mm or 120mm fans on the side panel, and there are liquid cooling cutouts in the back. There are also several cable clamps to help users route airflow obstructing cables out of the way.

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