In Win launches new mid-tower 309 case featuring a crazy front panel illuminated by 144 addressable RGB LEDs.
In Win’s latest cases for 2019 include a cloth-wrapped $40 concept, a $4,000 organic chrysalis, and the RGB pixel-fronted 309.
Taiwanese case maker InWin’s latest 928 chassis is a monster designed to house Asus’ 14”x14” ROG Dominus Extreme motherboard.
The In Win A1 is a new compact ITX chassis that features a built-in wireless-charging spot on its top panel and a pre-installed PSU with pre-routed cables.
If you are in the market for a mid-tower ATX chassis with a tempered glass side panel, the In-Win 305 might be right up your alley.
Remember those cool (pun intended) Polaris fans In-Win had on display at Computex 2017? Well, it would seem they're finally ready for retail.
In-Win’s wood-clad and odd-ball cases garnered the most attention during Computex 2017, but we’d be remiss not to mention some of the other chassis the company had on display.
In a day and age when tempered glass, RGB lighting, and futuristic designs are all the rage, it is refreshing to see a company take a more contemporary approach.
In addition to that crazy-cool Winbot case we looked at earlier, In-Win also launched a pair of new 120mm fans that put a twist (quite literally) on traditional fan design.
In Win's Classic series consists of only two members featuring 750 W and 900 W capacities. The C900 is our test subject today. Besides a great finish and good looks, it promises reliable and quiet operation, along with high efficiency.
In Win loves to go crazy with design. The computer chassis that come out of the In Win's design offices are often quite spectacular. The company embraces that fact and runs with it like no other.
The journey was a long one, but we're finally wrapping up our round-up of sub-$100 gaming cases. Today we review the last three of 11 total product submissions and pick an overall favorite. The competition was vicious, but one model definitely stands out.
Our 15-way shootout of cases priced between $80 and $120 ends as we compare the last five models to the previous ten, yielding an overall winner. Which chassis offers the best balance of quality, cooling, and noise reduction, and which is the best buy?
The most hardcore gamers use multiple graphics cards in CrossFire and SLI configurations. And yet, slinging dual-slot cards together eats up a lot of expansion space. We compare five eight-slot cases with room for complex graphics configurations.