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CES 2009: In Win

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  1. Darksaber

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    In Win is showing off quite a few new and interesting items. There are several new cases and hard drive enclosures. The first one does not yet have a name, but come with 11 expansion bays, has a screwless system in place for the drives, a bottom mounted PSU and is water cooling ready. In Win is one of the companies with bold case designs in many aspects. The second chassis is called the BS653. It also has a very unique outer design with up to 9 external expansion bays, removable hard drive cage and bottom mounted power supply. The last mid-tower case is called "X-Fighter" and has a unique air vent design, as well as animated LED lighting. Hit the "Read More" - for more!

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    There are also two cases on display for mini-ITX mainboards. The right one is called Feminine and is aimed at the all the female PC users, while the left one is a concept case.

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    Then, you will find their new hard drive enclosures. Each one is quite unique in their own way. The first one does not only look like a granade, it is also called by the same name. It features USB and eSATA connectivity. The second one, also part of the military theme, is called Ammo. This unit uses an RFID chip to secure the files on the drive itself. Lastly there is the NA, which uses a hand painted Chinaware top. You could place this unit in the kitchen next to your salt & pepper shakers.

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  2. Castiel

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    I like this one:
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  3. Exavier

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    transformer cases :laugh: nice find :)
     
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    that's it : unless you are an autobot yourself, those cases are no worthy picking :wtf:
     
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    man i don't see the point in buying cases just for the looks.... i would prefer a crap looking case but with tonnes of features
     

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