The PC-Q series from Lian Li have all been small in stature and along the lines improvements and new ideas are incorporated. What we are about to see does get most of its inspiration from the PC-Q11. The idea seems to have been to strip the PC-Q11 of the front I/O and external bays and leave a smooth undisturbed front panel in its place.
Internally a few more changes are made, such as the drive bays, but they do keep some of the old mixed in as well. Don’t think this is a complete rehash.
Even though the idea of why something is there is the same, the way in which it is mounted or how it installs may be a complete turnaround.
Full story at Tweak Town.