Lian-Li will be showcasing two mid-tower computer cases in March at CeBIT 2014. The PC-B16 and PC-A61 both share similar external designs and have the same internal design. Because of the similarities, both cases measures 230mm (W) x 490mm (D) x 530mm (H) and weigh just under 14 1/2 pounds each. The only difference between the two is that the PC-B16 has a noise-reducing front door.
Each case features an all-aluminum construction, two color options (black exterior/interior or white exterior with bare aluminum interior), a very generous 30mm of space behind the motherboard tray for cable management, and individual 3.5-inch drive bays that can be detached to create 420mm of space for a graphics card. If the drive bays are left in place, you have 280mm of space to play with. Cooling is provided by two 120mm front intake fans, a 120mm rear exhaust, and two 140mm top exhausts, and can hold a CPU cooler as tall as 170mm.
Lian-Li states that "as these two new cases are not in the final stages yet, we do welcome your feedback, and after making changes according to community input, we will debut the finalized PC-B16 and PC-A61 at CeBIT." To provide your input on the cases, head over to the Lian-Li blog and comment.
Source: Lian-Li Blog