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Lian Li Announces the DK-04 Desk-type Case for $1500

Lian Li DK-04 Sit and Stand Computer Desk Enclosure

Lian Li DK-04 Sit and Stand Computer Desk Enclosure

Lian Li Announces the DK-04 Desk-type Case for $1500

 

Sit and stand desks are nothing new, but adding a PC enclosure inside is certainly something that makes this the Lian-Li DK-04 unique.  

The case id designed to offer water cooling support for up to a 4X120mm radiator in the front, making this case capable of water cooling even the beefiest fo system. The case also supports up to 8x 3.25" or 2.5" hard drives and is capable of fitting any motherboard up to ATX in size.   

The desk has a tempered glass surface and can be raised and lowered mechanically at the push of a button, allowing the desk to be adjusted with ease. 

 

 

Under the glass this desk/case has room for a full sized ATX motherboard and GPUs that are up to 320mm in length. The front of the desk has support for a 5.25" drive bay and has 4x USB 3.0 ports, RGB lighting controls and audio input and output jacks.

The entire desk is 29.53 inches deep 47.24 inches wide and can be adjusted from around 30-46 inches in height.  

  

 

 

Lian Li Announces the DK-04 Desk-type Case for $1500

 

The height of the desk can be set with up to 5 preset heights, allowing the desk to be easily adjusted from sitting and standing positions. 

he Lian Li DK-04 will be releasing on May 10th for the price of $1500. 

 

You can join the discussion on Lian Li's DK-04 standing desk on the OC3D Forums

 

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20-04-2016, 09:38:23

Warchild
I still prefer the harbinger desk due to options available.

One day I will complete my desk build, but until then 900D will suit me fine.Quote

20-04-2016, 18:10:41

jimma47
That's a lot of moolah for a desk but when you consider the prices of a proper sit/stand workstation plus a pretty sweet Lian Li case it's not bad value tbh.

Also removes the worry of cable tangles and lengths if you don't have your PC on your current desktop when you move it up and down. Gaming would be interesting. FPS and MMORPG would be fine but for driving/flight I think it would feel a bit strange. Productivity wise they're awesome.

I have to get a sit/stand station for work as my back is cooked but I don't think the boss's budget quite stretches to this Quote

20-04-2016, 21:13:35

Porxster
The DK4 or a Caselab monster case?
With the DK4 I could use the extra room for a beer fridge.

The only thing that worries me is the raising mechanism assembly and the amount of weight it can support.
Could it support that no brain overweight cousin, everyone has, leaning on it?Quote

21-04-2016, 01:06:25

NeverBackDown
If i could afford it i would definitely get oneQuote

21-04-2016, 02:48:33

Warchild
Half that cost comes from the legs alone. I aquired these kind of legs from an unused desk at work. Looked up the retail cost of them and it was £1100!

So take wholesale value that Lian Li pay and for what it is, its actually good value.Quote
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