Lian Li Unleashes the PC-CK101 Train Themed PC Case
By Cássio Lima on September 18, 2012 - 1:14 PM
If you’re bored with the design of traditional computer cases, you should try the new PC-CK101 from Lian Li. Resembling a traditional steam engine train, the case is available in two different versions: the stationary PC-CK101 Standard and the moving PC-CK101 Premium. The PC-CK101 is separated into two sections: the car and the engine. In the car, a mini-ITX motherboard fits comfortably. A 120 mm fan blows cool air across the motherboard. Cable management from the car to the engine is made easy with a tunnel in the front of the car leading into the engine.
The engine holds the rest of the hardware. The included small form factor power supply sits in the back. A slim optical drive bay is located in the front of the engine. For storage capabilities, the PC-CK101 can hold one 3.5” and one 2.5” hard drive.
On the side of the engine are two USB 3.0 ports.
For the moving PC-CK101 Premium, the case comes with six interlocking tracks so that this elegant aluminum train case can move up and down the tracks.
The PC-CK101 Standard and PC-CK101 Premium will be available for the suggested retail price of USD 229 and USD 379, respectively.