Unlike other makers of PC cases, Lian Li is keeping things very specialized at CES 2013, having released NUC case replacements, a single micro-ATX enclosure and, as we are seeing now, three cases for mini-ITX motherboards.
Named PC-Q27, PC-Q28, and PC-Q30, they get larger and weirder in that order.
The PC-Q27 has enough space for two 3.5-inch / 2.5-inch drives, a 5.25-inch bay and a 120mm front cooling fan. It measures 200 x 321 x 240 mm, or 7.84 x 12.63 x 9.44 inches.
PC-Q28 has space for six 3.5-inch bays, a 5.25-inch bay and two fans: 120 mm front intake, 140 mm top exhaust. It measures 225 x 305 x 345 mm / 8.85 x 12.00 x 13.58 inches.
Finally, the PC-Q30 has no 5.25-inch bays and only has three 2.5-inch bays, plus a 120 mm fan. It stands out though, thanks to the unusual front acrylic window that exposes the PC's innards.
Lian Li's PC-Q30 measures 200 x 327 x 248 mm / 7.87 x 12.87 x 9.76 inches.
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