Creating something unique in a flooded market is no easy task and yet there were many examples last year when it comes to PC cases. Lian Li's wall-mountable PC-O5S was practically a piece of art, being constructed from aluminum and a large tempered glass panel to show off the hardware inside. This case was of excellent build quality and design inside and out. The PC-O5S's only downside was its asking price of almost $300. If you love the idea of a wall-mountable PC but don't want to spend more on your case than any other part, perhaps Thermaltake's latest creation is for you. Priced at just $150, the new Thermaltake Core P5 seems affordable for what it is. It's comparable to the Lian Li PC-O7S in terms of size, but the Core P5 is twice as thick, which makes it more like hanging a traditional computer case on the wall. The Core P5 is intended to be used with custom liquid-cooling systems and its modular design affords the flexibility of building horizontal or vertical. Read the complete review.