Author: Greg Baden
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The In Win Mana 137 Mid Tower case is equipped with a basic design for the budget gamer in mind. It provides enough features that should keep this case a favorite for a long time.
The front panel has a little bit of design, being equipped with two USB 3.0 ports, a USB 2.0 port, and audio connections. There are also three external 5.25” drive bays, which can be easily removed from the outside of the case. Close to the bottom of the front panel is what stands out on the case; three strips of plastic with an In-Win logo in the center. In the center strip is the power/reset buttons, although hard to see.
The exterior of the Mana 137 is pretty basic on the sides/top. The only sort of design on these panels is the two 120mm honeycomb cutouts on both the top and left side.
The rear of the case is pretty standard. There’s your motherboard I/O slot, rear 120mm fan, and bottom mounted PSU. One thing that sets this case aside from others is not only the slotted expansion slots, but the single screw which holds the expansion cards in place.
Both side panels are secured with two thumbscrews.
On the bottom of the case, there are four plastic feet, which can slide around on floors without carpet. On the bottom you’ll also find a very cheap fan filter, which is easily removed for cleaning.