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.
Over the past year In Win has gone away from the ordinary with their cases. The H-Frame and and D-Frame are perfect examples of that. Well today at Computex they are showing off another radical case in the Tou, which is made of an aluminum frame and skinned in transparent 3M safety class. You really have to see this case to appreciate it!
When you think of a mouse pad you think about the old floppy foam ones or even the textured plastic ones that were big in the early 2000’s. With those you have to worry about getting it dirty or spilling your drink all over it. Well worry no more my friends! This mousepad is washable, water resistant and scratch resistant because it is made from aluminum. That’s right, ALUMINUM! It is the first that I have ever seen and might just be the first one to hit the market.
In Win has really had a name for themselves over the past year creating some really unique cases in their X-Frame and H-Frame. While these cases look great and are very unique they are not for everyone. Today we are taking a look at one of In Win’s latest cases the GRone, which is setup to compete with many cases from the more known brands. To be honest this is the most feature-packed case that I’ve seen from In Win. Some of those features include support for motherboards up to E-ATX, room for eight 3.5-inch or 2.5-inch hard drives, five included cooling fans, USB 3.0 support a hard drive dock and much more. Read on as we take a look at the GRone.
In the past In Win has been a computer case company that focused on aesthetically pleasing options for all types of users. 2013 proves to be no different. With several new case options, some of which were the coolest we saw at CES, In Win proved that all the innovation awards that they walked away with this year were well deserved. The next “Frame” cases, one of which was a concept case from 2012 brought to life for CES, caught the attention of every person that happened to walk by the booth. If you are a DIYer and like unique looking cases this is a video you have to check out.
In Win is a company known for its unique style of cases, but today we’ll be looking at a rather non-stylish case by the company. It offers two USB 3.0 ports and even supports up to two SSD’s, in addition to the six 3.5” drive bays. Keeping this case simple helps keep bring down the price of the case, but will this drop in style equal a drop in overall quality? Read on further to find out.
Today we’ll be looking at one of the first eco-friendly power supplies that we’ve ever reviewed. The In Win GreenMe series features a unique combination of eco-friendly packaging and product components to make any “green” fan rejoice. This white power supply also makes a nice change of pace to those standard black power supplies we’re used to. Read on further to take a look.
Today, we’ll be looking at one of In Win’s latest cases, the BUC 101. An upgrade from the original BUC, the BUC 101 comes equipped with two USB 3.0 ports, three 120mm fans, and an external SATA port. The case has plenty of tool-free implementations, not only for setup, but for maintenance down the road for those long-time users. Read on further to see what else this case has in store.
It has been quite a while since we have taken a look at a case from In Win. Actually the last In Win case we reviewed was the original In Win BUC. Today we are unboxing the new upgraded version of the case, the BUC 101. The BUC 101 has many new features that were not on the original BUC. Some of the features of the BUC 101 are USB 3.0 connectivity, three 120mm cooling fans and a top mounted hard drive dock. Read on to check out our unboxing and overview video.
At CES 2012, In Win is showing off some things you might have already seen, and others you’ve never seen. Ray with In Win showed us their power supplies, a revised Dragon Rider chassis, along with a couple concept designs and the super limited edition XFRAME. Each chassis is sleek while being super accessible. For example, on the XFRAME, In Win has included a lockable panel that holds all of the screws, and motherboard standoffs. Also, the XFRAME is truly a limited edition. Each XFRAME will be individually numbered, and it’s rumored that the numbers may not go past triple digits.
Sep 03, 2015 0
Sep 02, 2015 0
Sep 02, 2015 0
Sep 03, 2015 0