Monday, June 3rd 2013
In Win was always known to be extremely imaginative and experimental with its case designs. Its Computex booth more than lived up to that reputation. The first of In Win's creations for the season is named tòu, and lets builders of great rigs take a good look at themselves. In Win took "mirror finish" a little too literally. The tòu is made of an aluminum framework, with 3 mm-thick tempered glass mirror panels lining its asymmetric shape. The panels are translucent, and you should be able to see through. The glass is so tough, that In Win deemed it LAN transport worthy, and gave it handlebars. Afterall, where else would you get to show something like this off? The In Win tòu is an ATX full-tower with 7 expansion slot bays, a bottom-oriented 5.25-inch drive bay, two 2.5-inch, and three 3.5-inch internal bays, a PSU bay for shock-jockeys up to 220 mm long, and provisions for a 120 mm front intake, and three 120 mm top exhausts, which can be used to hold a 120 x 360 mm radiator.