Lian Li’s Lancool Metal Boned K10 Case has some features the LAN party crowd might really appreciate.  On the back of the case is a place for a padlock, like you often see on eATX sized server cases which allows to to make sure no one can easily get the side off of you case and sabotage (or go shopping in) your rig.  There is also a lock on the front door of the case to keep your optical drives safe.  The door is pretty heavily built, and if you are less concerned about security and find the case too heavy for comfort, it is removable.  Head to Hardware Secrets to see what other extras Lian Li added to the case.

If you are looking for something a bit more monolithic, that would only count as a LAN case for people who like carrying around over 30lbs of over-sized case, check out Lee’s review of the Ultra m998.

“Lancool Metal Boned K10 brings the best of both worlds: its exterior is made of aluminum, bringing a flawless finishing and being lighter than all-steel cases and, at the same time, its internal body is still made of zinc-coated steel (a.k.a. “SECC”), which makes this case to cost far less than all-aluminum products . This case is particularly targeted to users that go to LAN parties, not only because it is lighter than other steel and hybrid cases around, but because it presents a very robust construction and a couple of small features to prevent unauthorized people from opening your case.”

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