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Preparing for Launch! LZ7 Mini Updates

LZ7 with Sapphire Blue Open Side Panels and Fan guard configuration for maximum airflow performance and minimal noise
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The LZ7 launch date is fast approaching and so here are few small updates to keep you going.







New packaging is ready to go, we have invested in our own custom branded design, developed from the ground up to provide increased protection during shipping:

Lazer3D custom branded packaging with LZ7 case sat on top

Lazer3D open box showing panel protection compartments

The laser cutter has been busy making case panels:

Each case will have a unique serial number laser etched into the Rear GPU cover panel:

Laser Etched Serial Number Plates for the LZ7 SFF PC gaming case

Custom PCB panels for the case I/O have been received with shorter length cables to help with cable management:

PCB for PC Case IO panel, with shorter length cables to help with cable routing/management

Panels have been bagged and labelled for shipping to Overclockers UK:

Case Panels labelled and bagged ready for shipping

Metal threads have been hand pressed into each corner column with a selection of colours to choose from:

3D printed corner columns in a variety of colours for the Lazer3D LZ7 PC case

Case panels have been photographed so you can compare the different materials, example below:

LZ7 GPU side panel slotted vent configuration in Sapphire Blue Frost finish 3mm Perspex

Each side panel variant has also been photographed attached an LZ7 case to showcase how they look and react with various lighting conditions, some examples are below:

LZ7 with Midnight White open side panel with fan guard fitted for maximum airflow and minimum noise


LZ7 SFF gaming pc case with Aero vent side vent pattern


LZ7 GPU side panel with Mandarin Orange Frost finish and oversized slotted intake vents

To see the full gallery of panels visit HERE.

Stay tuned for more updates over the coming weeks.

3 Replies to “Preparing for Launch! LZ7 Mini Updates”

  1. BobRascle

    Thanks for the update, looking pretty good! I’ve been waiting to build in this since I first saw it in June. Again, the case is looking beautiful, and thank you for all your hard work!

    1. K888D[ Post Author ]

      Thank you very much. What type of build are you planning?

      1. BobRascle

        Just a simple gaming build with Ryzen and a 1070, my main goal being portability. I saw this case back in June and just new it would be perfect.

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