The Lian Li dancing Spider case!

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The Lian Li dancing Spider case!

Post by Bwall » Sat Jun 05, 2010 7:18 pm

This was pretty darn cool. Having never seen the spider case from Lian Li before Computex, I thought it was a very neat platform on it's own. When Lian Li showed this to some of their customers one of them stepped up with some actuators to make it move, and then to dance!\


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Unfortunately adding system components to the case is a little too much for the actuators to handle, so as of now you can't set it up to dance and taunt your victims at LAN parties.
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Re: The Lian Li dancing Spider case!

Post by KnightRid » Sun Jun 06, 2010 6:51 am

LOL - I remember posting on the initial look at this case that it would be cool with motors :)

They stole my idea, I should get a cut of the profit :finga:

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Re: The Lian Li dancing Spider case!

Post by Vectrexer » Sun Jun 06, 2010 8:15 pm

:-)

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Re: The Lian Li dancing Spider case!

Post by DJ Tucker » Wed Jun 23, 2010 11:31 am

just imagine a walking PC lol. ok it won't be so powerful but still fun to have :lol:
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