Lian Li Thinks Outside the Box, Turns Computer Desk into a PC Chassis

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Led Weappelin

I'd set my tower on it but that's about it.

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meatpilljunkie

Did they really mean to put a case into an elementary school desk, bling it up a little, and thought, "Yeah. Awesome."?

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smashingpumpin

Those legs sure looks wonky. Bout time case manufacturers made these as we'd seen 'em on case mods for eons.

Anticipation aside, I'm still worried a bit on the back being non-heat insulated to prevent post holiday nut roastings.

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Peanut Fox

An L shaped desk like this that'll look good and is designed with liquid cooling in mind would be the only thing that'd make me give up my Case Labs tower.

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Obsidian

They came up so incredibly short on this design. The desk isn't large enough for 3 monitors, looks barely big enough for 2. The red Ikea legs are garbage. REALLY like the drawer concept but there would need to be cable guides on the rear to make that work out well enough to be useful.

I think the compromise you have to make here is that it looks like crap and it's too small.

They probably saw the Red Harbinger desk and thought they needed to do something like it. This is likely a failure on every level other than price.

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HaitianSensation

While I don't see myself buying into this particular design, I must say I like where their head is at though.

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sirogre1980

Eh...good concept but horrible execution. I think the upcoming Redharbinger desk is way better...at least in looks and capabilities. Go check out the FrozenCPU website, there's a direct link right at the bottom of the main page on their website

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SirCheese

Just way to small!

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Modred189

That looks pretty horrible.

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The Mac

it does seem s a little "child-like"

also an acylic top? That sucker is gonna get scratched to all hell pretty quickly.

Tempered glass would be more appropriate.

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Micro Geek

nice table but seriously those legs are horrible