Thursday, October 10th 2013

In Win Tòu 2013 Edition Case Launched

In Win Development Inc., a leading innovator in PC design and multiple winner of the internationally renowned red-dot Design Award, has today announced availability of its revolutionary tòu Chassis. Demonstrated at Computex 2013 to great acclaim, appropriately, tòu is the Chinese word for Transparent, as the tòu's reflective surface can be made instantly see through when lit from inside, with its integrated LED array.

With carry handles either end the tòu is easily transportable, while internally it supports ATX, micro ATX motherboards with up to 380mm graphics cards, extra-long 220mm PSUs, one 5.25" drive, three 3.5" HDD and two 2.5" SSD. The top 3x120mm fans are specifically designed to support liquid cooling systems, while its capacitive touch panel includes four levels of LED brightness control, fan speed control and its power switch.
There are just a few hundred of the tempered glass and aluminum alloy framed tòu chassis available, with each case individually numbered. In reflection of its high-quality of materials and innovative engineering, the tòu's MSRP is $799 USD.

For more information, visit the product page.
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9 Comments on In Win Tòu 2013 Edition Case Launched

No matter what - InWin makes some interesting cases
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Wow! I like the look of this over the old transparent cases but that price!!!
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I've scene pix of it before but it is still quite nice.

For the price o f$799 USD they can keep it though. No way would I spend that kind of coin for an empty box. If all cases cost that much I would be perfectly happy to run all my systems without a case.
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I really like the concept of this case, and I think it would be lots of fun trying to figure out how to hide all the wires and make it all so very pretty inside. I would def H20 in a case like that I wonder if you can throw a 240 on the bottom, and make a shelf or something to cover it up, and only have internal res showing. Yeah, my mind is going crazy wish there were more pictures. The asking price is steep, but I wouldn't mind paying that if it truly was super high quality.
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I want one... but the price... nah.... forget it... too much for a case..
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I wouldn't pay $100 for it, the thing is hideous.
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Tou, tou tou! Should have named it The Aquarium.

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erixx said:
Tou, tou tou! Should have named it The Aquarium.

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