We stopped by the In Win booth today and got a nice tour in their very detailed booth at Computex this year. First off, there are several enclosures being presented. They have the Maelstrom case, which is also the base for serveral concept cases. Then there are two mid tower cases, which are called Fanqua & Eco Chassis respectively. Both look very nice and have a sturdy finish to them. In Win is also showing off their AMMO 2.5 inch hard drive enclosure, which utilizes an RFID tag to lock/unlock its contents. This tag is disguised as a dog tag, which is a very nice touch. The Commander series of power supplies is being complemented with the Airborne series, which is aimed at the mainstream market, having attached cables and less Wattage. There is a mysterious CPU cooler on display as well. Information on the unit is still quite scarce, as this is their newest item on the lot. It seems to be a tower cooler, with direct touch heatpipes and multi socket support. Last but not least, we are shown the design series of cases. These are aimed at the living room or female users. These cases - the Wave, available in black and white and the Diva - are based on the same interior structure, but have fundamentally different looks.