Lian Li DK-07 Standing Desk PC Case Prototype

The concept of PC-in-a-desk is not new. But I think PC case maker Lian Li may have taken it to the next level of futuristic with the Lian Li DK-07 Standing Desk PC Case Prototype at the Lian Li 2024 Digital Expo. If you don’t already know, this is a PC case AND a standing desk rolled into one.

Lian Li DK-07 Standing Desk PC Case Prototype

While an adjustable height standing desk PC case is cool and all, what really up the futuristic ante is the transparent OLED display. No. The display is not the main display you see attached to the monitor arm; it is on the desk. That’s right, my friends, this thing has a transparent desktop that is also an OLED display which can display whatever you choose to.

Not surprisingly, the transparent OLED display panel is from LG, the current active developer of transparent displays. With a transparent display, it can serve as your second display which means you can bid farewell to a boring tabletop by changing the look of the top whenever you want.

Lian Li DK-07 Standing Desk PC Case Prototype

Beyond the undeniably head-turning transparent OLED display, the DK-07 prototype boasts a new layout and form factor that supports up to 12 fans and various radiators for cooling, along with space for quadruple-slot GPUs with a special horizontal mount.

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In addition, it offers storage bays which are accessible from the side of the desk. Those are not it. There is a drawer that opens to reveal a bunch of compartments for storage of small items, a temperature-controlled cup holder, and a retractable USB/power hub that stays hidden inside the desk when not needed. Finally, there is a cut-out for the monitor arm.

Lian Li DK-07 Standing Desk PC Case Prototype

Before you go all ga-ga over this cool PC case, you have to know there is no pricing and release date at this point. However, you may learn more about it in the 2024 Digital Expo Part 2 video.

Images: YouTube (Lian Li).

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