Lian Li launches PC-CK101 train case for PCs

Sep 18, 2012

Back during Computex, PC case maker Lian Li was showing off an odd little computer case it crafted from aluminum that looked like a train. The case did more than simply look like a train though, it also moved on its little track. Lian Li has now announced the official launch of its train-themed case called the PC-CK101.

This is a strange theme to me, but if you happen to be a train loving computer enthusiast, you might be in full rigor about now. The train case is made from aluminum and supports mini-ITX motherboards. The case is small but has space for up to three 2.5-inch hard drives.

The computer gets power from a 300 W 80 Plus certified SFX power supply that is included with the case. The case also has a pair of USB 3.0 ports hidden on one side and comes in two versions. The difference between the two versions is that one moves and one is stationary.

The PC-CK101 Standard is the stationary version and will sell for $229. The PC-CK101 Premium is the moving version and will sell for $379. Both versions of the case will be available in the US and Canada at the end of September. If you're wondering what a moving train computer case looks like, check out the video below.

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