Lian Li will be showcasing three new cases at the CeBIT technology show later this month.
First up is a new mini-ITX cube case - the PC-Q34. It looks like other cases in the Q-series but like the PC-V33 and PC-Q33, the front section rotates open on a hinge providing full access to the interior.
The case supports large CPU coolers and full-size ATX PSUs in a windows-less case with side vents, Lian Li's traditional brushed aluminium design and front USB 3 ports.
The PC-O9 is the successor to the PC-O8, which offers a dual-chamber design to hide unsightly cables (much like Corsair's Air 540 and Air 240 cases) and sports a modified design too.
The image below shows a 360mm radiator located next to the motherboard for starters, plus a part glass - part brushed aluminium chassis for hiding the uglier components while showing off the rest of your hardware in the glass section.
Lian Li PC-Q34
Lian Li PC-O9
Finally, the PC-J60, pictured above in the news caption, claims to offer excellent water cooling compatibility plus space for large graphics cards and we've spotted an aluminium PSU cover too. The case is also meant to hit shelves with an affordable price tag although the pricing for all three cases hasn't yet been revealed.
Are you interested in any of Lian Li's new trio? Let us know in the comments.