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Can this thing scuttle away to safety when Apple Lawyers show up at your house to seize all your blogging gear?
The Lian Li T1 Spider is not meant for the average consumer. Then again, you aren’t the average consumer are you? The T1 is an open-air test bench for quickly assembling and disassembling Mini-ITX systems for benchmarking purposes. As such, it’s built to handle components like a standard Mini-ITX motherboard on the top, a 5.25-inch slim CDROM, 3.5-inch hard disk, and an ATX PS/2 power supply unit. But man, we think it’s a fine looking creature regardless. Available May 21st for an expected ¥13,800 (about $149) in black or ¥15,800 ($170) in fire-ant red.
Lian Li’s T1 Mini-ITX Spider case escapes on May 21 originally appeared on Engadget on Fri, 14 May 2010 04:38:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.