Posts Tagged: in-win

CES 2016: In Win Unveils "Robotic" H-Tower, H-Frame 2.0 and 805 LED Front Panel

It wouldn’t be CES without a stunning and unique case concept from In Win. No surprise to anyone, In Win’s H-Tower “Transformer” case was dubbed a CES 2016 Innovation Award Winner. Although it’s very unlikely any of us will get our hands on this concept chassis, as it will likely be a limited release, In Win did have some beautiful (and expensive) consumer cases for the masses, too. Get ready for some eye candy! Read More

In Win D-Frame Mini PC Case Review

The past few years have seen In Win release several unique PC case designs that challenge conventional design methods. The D-Frame Mini continues that trend and brings a smaller footprint than its larger sibling, the D-Frame. The In Win D-Frame Mini is intended for small form factor (SFF) builds as it only supports mITX sized motherboards. This is definitely a niche product for those enthusiast PC users looking to stand out from the crowd regardless of cost! The D-Frame Mini has a lot to offer if you’re in that group of PC users, so let’s get to work and see what In Win has in store for us. Read More

In Win GT1 Mid-Tower Case Review

In January of this year, In Win announced its first generation of mid-tower gaming cases – the GT1. With an eye on cooling performance, lots of features, and a unique look, In Win hopes to attract the gamer in all of us with an affordable chassis design. Read More

CES 2013: In Win Shows Off Innovative D-Frame & H-Frame Cases

Ever since seeing In Win’s unique X-Frame Benching Station, I’ve been really intrigued with their case designs. This year at CES, In Win did not disappoint, unveiling two incredible new products, the D-Frame and H-Frame limited edition cases. The manufacturer also had several power supplies on display. Read More

In Win Dragon Rider Case Review

The Dragon Rider case series looks to be one of their premier enthusiast case offerings designed for building full sized systems. Today we’ll see if In Win has delivered a case for the enthusiast to use as a basis for their newest build. Read More

In-Win Dragon Slayer mATX Case Review

Today I will be reviewing the “Dragon Slayer” case, provided to me by the manufacturer, In-Win Development Inc. According to their website, In-Win has been in the computer case business since 1985. I personally have been aware of them for more than a decade, and most, if not all of what I’ve heard has been positive. Let’s see how well the “Dragon Slayer” lives up to In-Win’s reputation. Read More

IN-WIN IRONCLAD Case Review

IN-WIN Development, Inc. has been around the block a time or ten. Founded in 1986 as a manufacturer of computer chassis, they have since expanded to include power supplies and digital storage devices, but their core business remains their cases. Today we’re going to be looking at their flagship, the full-tower IRONCLAD. Read More

IN WIN Griffin Case Review

Computer cases have been around since the pc age and now it’s a huge market geared towards the pc builder. There is literally a plethora of brands, sizes, styles and colors to choose from. IN-WIN has been around for quite sometime no doubt, and their quote states: “Contemporary & Innovative”

Today we’re going to take a look at IN-WIN’s new GRIFFIN Yellow Mid Tower case. Read More