Lian Li Giving a Sneak Peak of the Latest Desk and O Series Prototypes

/ 6 years ago

dk-006 Lian Li has shown us some really impressive chassis over the years and they’re gearing up the latest prototypes, getting them ready to show off at CeBIT 2015. Two of the new chassis that will be on display at Hall 17, D26 at CeBIT are the DK-Q2 desk chassis and the PC-O8 premium tower with tempered glass, both perfect for those who want to show off their beautiful builds.


The DK-Q2 Desk Chassis Prototype combines the symbiotic relationship of desks and computer cases into one. The DK-01 and DK-02 were the first desk chassis to be brought to the mainstream market and now about a year later the new version is seeing its debut.


The new chassis is the result of user feedback where the major updates include a removable motherboard tray, new leg design, and a slimmer body.


The newest addition to the O Series is the PC-O8. The O Series was initially launched last year featuring a combination of Lian Li’s traditional high-end aluminium construction with oversized tempered glass windows. Perfect for those who want to show off their beautiful builds and expensive hardware.


The new PC-O8 prototype does the same as the previous in the series, but more of it. It is bigger and allows for a lot of hardware to be added into the dual chamber chassis.


The motherboard is located on one side of the chassis, housing all the main components. On the other side, you have plenty of room for storage drives, your PSU, and cables.


The drive rack can hold six 3.5-inch drives and one 2.5-inch drive on top of it. The whole thing has two 120mm fans mounted to keep the drives cool and it can be removed for easy assembly and cleaning.

o8-010Dust filters are conveniently placed around the air-intakes to keep your system clean and for you to easy remove and clean.


The chassis comes with plenty of front USB 3.0 ports as well as audio jacks for your headset.



We’re looking forward to seeing these new cases live at CeBIT, the surely look great.

Thanks to Lian-Li for providing us with this information

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