The PC-TU200 ships in a small, very colourful box, showcasing how attractive and feature-rich the case is. It also highlights how Lian Li were inspired to design the case itself … mimicking a protected flight case.
Both side panels sit flush with the frame and are easily removed by sliding latches located at the rear of the case, which quickly ejects the appropriate side panel. This is very handy should you require fast access to the interior. It also shows Lian Li aren’t afraid to be innovative on such a small case design.
The front panel section is home to a few notable features such as 2x USB 3.0 slots, a single E-sata port and front panel HD audio. A ventilated mesh section fills a large portion of the front of the case with the standard power and reset buttons located just above.
Taking a closer look at the front intake ventilation, a sizable Lian Li badge is located in the middle of the fan mesh which hides a suitably sized 140mm, Lian Li branded fan. This provides almost all of the airflow into the case, which should be more than adequate, as most systems that will be housed in this chassis will consume a low amount of power and subsequently generate little heat.
Looking at the rear of the case, you will find the 2 latches mentioned above, a large vented area which spans from the top of the case to the bottom of the I/O cutout and a power supply mounting plate. Located just below this are 2 ventilated PCI covers.