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Lian Li PC-T1R Mini ITX Spider Test Bench Review

Author: Steve Grever
Manufacturer: Lian Li
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Specifications and Packaging

Lian Li PC-T1R Mini ITX Spider Test Bench Specifications

 Model  T1 
 Case Type  Mini-ITX TEST BENCH 
 Dimensions  (W) 227mm x (H) 272mm x (D) 345mm 
 Front bezel  Material  None 
 Color  Black / Silver / Red 
 Side Panel  None 
 Body Material  Aluminum 
 Net Weight  1.08KG 
 5.25" drive bay  (External)  5.25-inch Silm ODD x 1 
 3.5" drive bay  (External)  None 
 3.5" drive bay  (Internal)  1 
 Expansion Slot  None 
 Motherboard  Mini ITX 
 System Fan  (Front)  None 
 System Fan (Top)  None 
 System Fan  (Rear)  None 
 I/O Ports  None 
 Maximum Video  Card Size  None
 Package  Dimensions  (W) 280mm x (H) 82mm x (D) 228mm
 Gross Weight  KG

 

Retail Packaging

We received our PC-T1R review sample direct from Taiwan in the retail packaging shown above. The graphics are pretty dull compared to other PC case packaging I've seen, but they did include a nice studio photo of the test bench completely assembled. They also added a smaller photo with a mini ITX system installed in the test bench to show consumers how it can look when they add their own hardware.

 

The back panel of the retail packaging includes another photo of a mini ITX system installed on the PC-T1R test bench. There are also three smaller photos showcasing a couple more features on the unit itself. They also added some technical specifications on the unique in a couple different languages to serve customers around the globe.

 

We opened the box to see a well organized layout of parts and a user manual. All the parts are individually wrapped and the left and right sides of the box are secured with a couple thin layers of foam.

 

Here's a quick shot of all the parts laid out on our photo studio background. It's a pretty simple setup as far as test benches are concerned, but I have to commend Lian Li on how well they organized the pieces and kept the screws and cable management bracket separate. They also added a detailed user manual that is written in multiple languages. 

 

Here's a quick shot of the screws, cable management bracket, and LED lights that are used for the power and reset LEDs. The LEDs are red and used as the "eyes" of the spider. 

 

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