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Great tool-free design.
Lots of thought put into making the case quiet.
Eight expansion slots.
Stuffed with four fans.
No external 3.5-inch drive bay.
External build quality not comparable to Metal Boned or LianLi cases.
Feels a bit fragile cracked window & broken clip to prove it.
Only the top two external drive bays screwless.
Audio cable too short.
Price point of full aluminum.
By TechSpot on September 01, 2009
The LanCool PC-K62 is loaded with features and at around $110 it seems like a really good deal. External design and looks are subjective, but to us this is a very nice looking case that uses clean lines while remaining subtly aggressive thanks to its...
By Ocaholic on November 27, 2009
With the K62 Lancool presents a well thought gaming-case which is made entirely out of steel. With a weight of 9.55kg the K62 isn't what you call a lightweight but when you on the other hand look at it's price it quickly turns out to be very...
By I4U on November 13, 2009
The LanCool PC-K62 is a very nice case that only suffers from heavy weight and no external 3.5-inch drive. If you plan to sit the thing beside your desk and not move it and have no need for a floppy drive, the LanCool PC-K62 is a great case. blog...
By Atomic MPC on November 09, 2009
One of the best cases in the $200 bracket....
By VR-Zone on November 03, 2009
You have probably seen an article posted by Gizmodo listing 7 reasons to stick with Windows XP. Well, there are certainly some reasons for sticking with Windows XP and the one that really makes sense is if your current system is too old to support...
By HardwareHeaven on October 21, 2009
It was clear from the moment that we unboxed the Dragon Lord PC-K62 that it was more than just an average mainstream chassis. The case has a real feel of quality to it thanks to the perfect paintwork and sturdy SECC body. Ease of use is a highlight...
By techPowerUp! on September 17, 2009
The Lancool Dragonlord K62 is a certainly not good for your nerves. Starting out, you may be really disappointed after unpacking the case. The plastic feels quite weak in many areas and there are some places which may not withstand the cruelty of the...
By Hardware Canucks on August 19, 2009
Lancool isn’t a brand that many of you may know but considering they are a division of the famed Lian Li, their pedigree is beyond reproach. The Dragonlord PC-K62 is Lancool’s mid-range case but don’t let it’s price of $120 fool...
By 59Hardware on August 05, 2010
Il fallait s’attendre à du lourd de la part de LanCool, ce PC-K62 rassemble tout le savoir-faire de Lian Li dans une tour en acier. Sur le papier, ce boîtier présente des atouts très intéressants et profite de la...
By Pc Tuner on May 13, 2010
Sono dunque due i punti forti di questa soluzione, uno che potremmo chiamare real tool-less e laltro è lindiscutibile capacità di ridurre a zero le vibrazioni, ed in entrambi i casi le promesse sono state mantenute a...
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