Lian Li PC-Q18 Tops It Off With Features
The most feature-rich in the trio of Lian Li's new mini-ITX Q-series cases is the PC-Q18. It is designed for performance desktops and HTPCs. Measuring 199 x 290 x 365 mm (WxHxD), the PC-Q18 is designed keeping in mind the need for a performance machine to be airy, and is hence complemented with large fans. It can hold a mini-ITX form-factor motherboard with two full-height add-on card bays, hence having the ability to hold a double-slot graphics card.

Storage features include one 5.25-inch drive bay, which is valved; four (yes, four!) hot-swap capable 3.5-inch drive bays, with drive caddies that are so designed to accommodate up to three 2.5-inch drives. It has room for a 140 mm front-intake and a 140 mm top exhaust. Front-panel connectivity includes audio and USB 3.0. The chassis is made almost entirely of aluminum.






Lian Li PC-Q15 Packs More Room For Storage
The second Lian Li mini-ITX form-factor case on display, targeting the HTPC segment, is the PC-Q15. Unlike the much taller yet feature-starved PC-Q12, the PC-Q15 is diminutive, but packs several storage and expansion features. It measures 210 x 210 x 330 mm (WxHxD), is wheeled, and made almost entirely of aluminum. It has one valved 5.25-inch drive bay, one 3.5-inch hotswap-capable drive bay, and three 2.5-inch bays. It has room for one full-height expansion card. Its front-panel includes audio and USB 3.0 ports.





Lian Li PC-Q12 Stands ''Tall'' In Your Living Room
Lian Li showed off an innovative new case that looks to be designed for living rooms. Called the PC-Q12, the case seats a mini-ITX form-factor motherboard, with no expansion slots, that makes it look tall. It measures 88 x 365 x 280 mm (WxHxD), and is made almost entirely of aluminum. Surprisingly, it lacks an external drive bay, and the only storage bays it has are four internal 2.5-inch ones. It is ventilated by one top 80 mm exhaust fan. On its front-panel, it has two USB 3.0 ports.


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