Lian Li's PC-TU200 Mini-ITX Looks Like a Metal Briefcase

The PC-TU200 includes a front I/O panel with USB 3.0 (x 2), eSATA (x 1) and audio (x 2) ports, a built-in handle, one exposed 5.25-inch bay, four internal 3.5-inch drive bays, and one front 140mm fan. The case measures 8.27 (W) x 12.60 (H) x 14.17 (D) inches, weighs 7 pounds and supports the Mini-ITX and Mini-DTX motherboards. The PC-TU200 will be available in black or silver when released.

Despite its small footprint, the case can hold a graphics card up to 11.8" in length. A standard ATX PS/2 PSU can fit within the case, which can provide passive cooling when the PSU fan is facing the motherboard. The side panels can be removed by just pushing a release lever on the back panel and the corresponding side panel pops off. The four internal 3.5-inch drive bays offer hot swap abilities for up to four storage drives. 

Maximum 11.8" GPU

Standard ATX PS/2 PSU

Side Panel Quick Release

Hot Swap Bays (x4)

The consumer should expect a suggested retail price of $199. Read more on the Lian Li PC-TU200 on the product page.

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  • Sold!

    Perfect for my needs, Lian-Li really know the business!
  • Onus
    Looks a lot like a PC-Q08 without the top fan (and the top probably strengthened for the handle). I'm sure it's a beautiful, well-made case, but $199 is not a realistic price.
  • Filiprino
    Lian Li makes great cases. Simplistic lines albeit being nice. Minimalism without annoying LEDs.