Lian Li LANCOOL ONE: Designer Case Combining the Traditional & Modern
Lian Li has brought back one of their most popular and sought after cases in the form of the LANCOOL ONE case with an array of modernised features. The stylish case enjoys the benefits of attractive new RGB-LED lighting and the digital variant receives a USB 3.1 Type C port on the I/O panel. Not everything is different however, it still offers masses of space for powerful hardware and cooling solutions encompassing both air as well as water. For the interior of the case to receive a plentiful supply of fresh, cool air, Lian Li has equipped the front with a stylish air inlet - behind which glow the premium RGB-LEDs.
The Features of the LANCOOL ONE Digital at a Glance
- Slim and spacious E-ATX Case in Black
- Available with addressable- or non-addressable RGB-LED lighting
- Brushed aluminium front
- Nine fans possible in total, two 120 mm fans pre-installed
- 2x 360 mm radiators possible
- I/O Panel with 2x USB 3.0 Type A ports, the digital version comes with an additional USB 3.1 Type C port
- Supports graphics cards up to 420 mm, CPU coolers up to 175 mm
Functionality Meets Stylish Design
Equipped with a total of six 120 mm fan slots, two of which come pre-installed with compatible fans, the LANCOOL ONE is ideally suited for the demands of air cooling your hardware, and the large air inlet on the front improves airflow yet again. As has come to be expected from Lian Li, attractive aesthetics and design are a major part of this new case so special. This holds true not just for the newly designed air intake, but also for the tempered glass side panel that adorns all variants of this case.
Yet nor does functionality take a backseat when it comes to Lian Li's approach: the PSU shroud is capable of holding two further fans or even two SSDs out of a possible total of four. When it comes to controlling the RGB-LED lighting, Lian Li allows owners to decide for themselves: either the LED strip can be connected to the bundled controller and adjusted using the I/O panel's in-built switch, or alternatively the strip can be hooked up directly to the motherboard and controlled via compatible software.