Celebrating its 25th anniversary in 2008, Lian Li is considered by many to be the pre-eminent expert on the design and manufacture of computer components in the world. Well known for forging new ground where other companies are hesitant to tread, Lian Li has enjoyed immense success in the computer and computing accessory industry. With a strong commitment to customer satisfaction and service, Lian Li is ready to provide quality computing solutions for enthusiasts and professionals alike for the next 25 years.
"Lian Li Industrial Co., LTD was founded in 1983. We are the one of the largest and most reputable manufacturers of aluminum PC cases in Taiwan. With over twenty years of experience in the computer products field, our dedicated team of engineers, production specialists and administrative staff provide the finest quality accessories available on the market. Whether it is for OEM or ODM projects, our experienced mechanical and electrical engineers are capable of providing our customers with the best solutions in product design." Read more...
Chances are if you have heard of Lian Li, you already know that this Taiwanese based company is famous for their superior all-aluminum enclosures. To wit, new for 2008 is the PC-60FW, a mid-ATX enclosure that is big on features but won't break the bank. Boasting a totally re-designed HDD area and front facade system, this case looks to put the screws to its competition. Can the PC-60FW come away with the "W" or will it languish in the land forgotten and ill-conceived enclosures? Time will tell as HardwareLogic takes a long and hard look at Lian Li's newest mid-ATX offering!
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Besides being known as one of the foremost chassis manufacturers in the world, Lian Li is also well known for offering one of the most complete accessory bundles as well. Included in the PC-60FW are the requisite screws and standoffs, a standoff screwdriver, a motherboard breakout speaker, a couple of zip-ties with a plastic self-stick cable clasp, and several anti-vibration rubber grommets for the hard drive cage. Also included are four thick, self-sticky foam pads for the hard drive trays, and an aluminum bracket that can be installed to more permanently affix your storage devices in place. The manual is quite good, with plenty of pictures and clear instructions. The guide also features USB, audio, and FireWire pin-outs for motherboard installation.