Discontent with just bringing a portable gaming system like a Steam Deck or Nintendo Switch into the bathroom to play games while on the can, YouTuber Basically Homeless went and assembled a full-fledged gaming PC in the tank of his working toilet.
Lian Li adds to its roster of unorthodox PC cases with the Odyssey, a limited edition yacht-themed aluminum chassis. Anything is indeed possible.
The Odyssey will come in white or silver. It measures about 29″x 12″x 10″ and has room for a mini-ITX motherboard, two 3.5″ drives, two 2.5″ drives and two 12″ GPUs.
Lian-Li’s luggage-style PC-TU series PC cases have a rugged design and flip handle. The first two PC-TU models could fit only mini-ITX and mini-DTX motherboards, but the new PC-TU300 has enough room for mini-ATX and ATX boards.
Many pre-assembled desktop machines are painted in bright colors and have even brighter lights coming out of them, clearly demanding to be displayed. But if you’d rather have a discreet PC and you’re okay with connecting it to an HDTV, the Piixl G-Pack might be what you’re looking for.
Lian-Li have finally released the consumer versions of its computer chassis desk. It’s called the DK series and has three variants. The DK-01 can house up to an HPTX system, while the DK-02 has enough room for two systems, one up to HPTX and a secondary mini-ITX rig.
We’ve featured a couple of PC casemods that incorporated a computer’s hardware into a desk. If Lian-Li pushes through with its prototype, you won’t need to be a modder to have a desk and PC case in one.
Making unique cases for desktop PCs isn’t exactly a new thing to Lian Li; in fact, given one of their previous efforts I’d say this one’s a bit tame. The company calls it the Cowry, an attempt to build a case that’s both practical and artistic.