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Lian Li Engineers Train PC Case: The Choo Choo Computer

by Shane McGlaun
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I think this is one of the strangest off-the-shelf computer cases I’ve ever seen. Lian Li has announced the launch of a odd little computer case that resembles an old-fashioned train. The case comes in two versions, and one version of the case can even move on its track.

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The case is designed to hold mini-ITX motherboards and has three slots for 2.5-inch hard drives. The case also has a pair of USB 3.0 ports on the side and ships with an integrated 300 W 80 Plus certified power supply. The CK101 case measures 185 mm wide by 258 mm high by 515 mm deep and is made from aluminum.

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The train case has a single external slim optical drive bay and has a single 120 mm rear fan. The Lian Li CK101 Standard PC case, which doesn’t move, will sell for $229(USD). The CK101 Premium version that does move back and forth in its tracks will sell for $379.

The Lian Li PC-CK101 Train case will be available at the end of September.



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