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More on Lian Li's PC-888 chassis

More on Lian Li's PC-888 chassis

We catch up with Hank Chen, product manager for Lian Li's PC-888 chassis, to talk more about this new take on case design.



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Jipa 11th January 2009, 19:50 Quote
PC-777, PC-P80 and now PC-888... Lian-Li usually makes very stylish cases, but every now and then they seem to browse through the scratchbooks and collect all the bad ideas into a single new model. I guess this is a better way to do it than some other manufacturers' way to add a fugly feature to each and every of their cases :D
Ending Credits 11th January 2009, 19:58 Quote
Isn't that the way you're meant to do it? Think concept cars.
Jipa 11th January 2009, 20:18 Quote
Yes, as I tried to say, I guess it's the right way compared to the alternatives. Though the Lian-Li's "Concept cars" have been IMO so ugly they might just have left them in the sketchbooks alltogether.
Denis_iii 11th January 2009, 20:36 Quote
good god that case is RANK!
phuzz 12th January 2009, 08:57 Quote
It's ugly sure, unless that's your kind of thing, but it's a well made and quite well thought out case. But why that shade of blue? It would have looked a lot less shocking in a simple black or silver, although that would have been boring I guess.
Journeyer 12th January 2009, 09:23 Quote
Ugh!
Saivert 12th January 2009, 23:07 Quote
why the hate? This case will be loved by many. Should Lian Li lose out on potential profit just to do their old boring straight ALu cases? Some people want more curves.
I think it's nice that Lian Li experiments with new designs like this. Even if it's not your cup of tea it's still good build quality.
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