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Lian Li LANCOOL ONE Digital – The Combination of Classic and Modern in Review

Conclusion on the Lian Li LANCOOL ONE

So has Lian Li developed a worthy successor to the old Lancool housings with the LANCOOL ONE? In our eyes, that was quite a success. The use of brushed aluminium in the front, the attractive design of the front panel and the indirect RBG lighting make the LANCOOL One a real eye-catcher. The offer is rounded off by a solid workmanship, plenty of space for hardware, a good airflow and a USB 3.1 Type-C in the I/O panel.

Unfortunately we didn’t like everything at LANCOOL ONE. There was criticism especially of the cheap looking mesh frame in the lid and the very bad implementation of the hard disk cage for 3.5″. We also disliked the lack of compatibility in order to be able to connect additional RGB fans or RGB strips to the existing circuit board.

For a price of € 99.74 the LANCOOL ONE does a lot right. If you don’t want to mount 3.5″ devices and don’t intend to extend the RGB fairground lighting, the LANCOOL ONE is a chic housing with plenty of space and good workmanship.

Lian Li LANCOOL ONE Digital

Workmanship
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Cooling
Value for Money

The Lian Li LANCOOL One Digital is a chic and very spacious midi tower with a discreet RGB lighting and few weaknesses.

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Simon Lüthje

I am co-founder of this blog and am very interested in everything that has to do with technology, but I also like to play games. I was born in Hamburg, but now I live in Berlin.

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