When it comes to computer cases, Lian Li is a brand known by many enthusiasts. Now you might recall that last year the company introduced a computer case that was also a desk which is admittedly a rather convenient solution, however the first iteration they put out looked a bit flimsy with its thin legs.

Now if you preferred something more sturdy, the company is back for round 2 and with their latest models the DK-Q2 and the DK-03, which as you can see in the video above is larger than last year’s model, will come with additional controls, and appears to be a bit sturdier as the legs of the table seem to be thicker and stronger.

Both cases will have a removable tray in which users can add the components of their system, which at the same time also makes it easy to remove those components so upgrading and swapping parts in and shouldn’t prove to be too much work. This also allows users to hide and tuck away any unsightly cables which is key to cable management.

There will be USB 3.0 ports and headphones jacks accessible in the front of the desk and there will also be four 120mm fans to help keep the internals cool. Now unfortunately these cases/desks do not come cheap with the DK-Q2 priced at around £719.90 while the DK-03 is priced at £1029.90 and will be released in the UK mid-August.

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