It looks like In Win is going smaller with their very popular and iconic open-air D-Frame case. Ahead of Computex the guys at TechPowerUp! were shown the D-Frame Mini, which is made for mini-ITX motherboards. The case of course has the same open-air design as its big brother, but features a black design with red […]
Over the past year In Win has been releasing some very unique case designs. This all started with their Tou case that was revealed at Computex. Today we are looking at another case from In Win that does not conform to the norms, it is their 904 mid tower case. This case is made entirely of glass and aluminum! Thats right, both side panels are made of thick tinted tempered glass and the frame of the case is constructed of 4mm thick aluminum alloy. This makes for a very unique case and something that will catch the eyes of onlookers at a LAN party for sure! Is this case all looks or is it actually functional as well? Read on as we take a look…
This is another case that is coming out this week that we got a chance to take a look at during the Consumer Electronics Show earlier this month. In Win is officially launching their 901 Mini-ITX Case. This case is a smaller version of the 904 case and is made of aluminum and glass.
In Win’s 904 case has been out for a little while now. It is a really cool case and now In Win has shrunk it down to Mini-ITX form factor for smaller builds! It still keeps the aluminum metal plate and tempered glass design.
This newest addition is the 904 mid-tower and it has the exact measurements of 490 (H) x 192 (W) x 490 (D) mm. The body of the chassis has been designed out of aluminum and the side panels have been created out of tempered glass which has been tinted.
The official announcement regarding the avant-garde Tòu Chassis has finally been made by the In Win Development Inc. And the award winner has made quite an impact with its innovative release. It was established at Computex 2013, that Tòu is a Chinese word which when translated into English literally means ‘transparent’ and that’s from where get most of the idea about the chassis.
We got our first look at the In Win Tòu back in June when it was unveiled at Computex. Now we have the full specifications of the case and a lot more photos! If you were wondering the name Tòu stands for transparency in Mandarin Chinese. If you take a look at the case it does achieve this transparency, but there is more. It is made of 3mm thick tempered glass, but has a special coating that will allow the case to appear mirror-like when the system us powered down. When the system is turned on the case becomes transparent.
Over the years In Win has always been able to create very attractive cases that we have really enjoyed. The thing about the cases is that they would always seem to be able to keep the price down. This is again the case with the GT1. A mid tower case that has great looks, support for long video cards, 2.5-inch and 3.5-inch hard drives, a hard drive dock and USB 3.0. All of those features come at a price of $64.99, which seems like a steal. Read on and see if it really is a steal of if this case turns out to be a disappointment.
In Win has been making headlines at Computex with their Tou and KingSize H-Frame cases, but they also had a new power supply on display that actually matches up pretty well with those cases. The Serenity Series power supply has a chrome brushed steel finish and offers a semi-modular design.
While many people have been going nuts over In Win’s Tou case, the case manufacturer also had another cool case on display at Computex. The original H-Frame was a great case, but many people were asking for a larger case for watercooling setups and just more room overall. In Win has granted their wish with the KingSize H-Frame Full Tower Case.
Jul 07, 2015 0