Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Claave, 8 Jun 2010.
Awesome : )
Has anyone got any info on UK launch dates for the PC-Q08?
Whomever made it should sell the robot conversion kit for the spider case, then we could all own one, i think the case looks great, and although its tiny form factor, its a lot cheaper than its predecessors, I bought one because i want my HTPC hanging off the wall, so big thumbs up to lian-li for being innovating.
okay would be cooler if they actually had a working computer built into that spider instead of just the chassis being motorized and two is anyone else not bothered by the fact it looks like a Replicator from Stargate SG-1... should we be afraid??? lol.
LL usually has a crazy idea every year, so this one isn't too bad.
PC-777 anyone? At any rate, the other cases are beautiful.
I envisage taking over the world with an army or robot spiders...
I think it may be medication time!
Imagine waking up in the middle of the night to find it crawling across the ceiling...get the rolled up newspaper ready.
Yes, but only if you install Linux and use the sudo command.
On the PC-V1020B:
No it dont, it's a blatant successor to the previous V1K/V2K cases that had the same fully perforated front panels and middle dividing sections.
Lian Li are still, in my opinion, the only manufacture bar CoolerMaster that make decent looking cases nowadays. Antec have gone backwards since the P180 series, Silverstone have gone mental with their silly rotated mobo tray and copious amounts of plastic and I still think Corsair should have stuck to PSU's and memory...
Fractal Design have some great ideas and follow Lian Li's "less is more" mantra, i'd love to see a high end case range from them.
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