IN WIN’s 2015 Recap
In Win had a huge 2015 as we unveiled a total of five new computer chassis, including the world’s first “transforming” computer case, the H-Tower! Here’s a look back at this past year:
By far the most anticipated chassis of 2015 is In Win’s H-Tower. It made headlines all over the internet with it’s ability to open and close by just a push of a button. The H-Tower made captured so much attention that it is also the recipient of the 2016 CES Innovation Award. Users are also able to control the H-Tower with an app found on most mobile devices. The light settings can also be adjusted with the help of the app.
The H-Tower supports up to an E-ATX motherboard and the tray folds outward to make installation a breeze. The iconic H-shape is created with four brushed aluminum panels that joins together when closed to forms a tower. This limited edition chassis will be available soon!
Also starring in In Win’s lineup was the 909 full tower chassis! The 900-series continued and in such a beautiful and elegant way. The 909 is composed of an exquisitely brushed aluminum shell and two tempered glass side panels that will showcase your hardware! This full tower can support up to an E-ATX motherboard and is perfect for watercooling options. The 909 is defines gaming in style!
The 805 mid tower chassis also shook things up with it’s uniquely sharp aesthetics. There are plenty of qualities to love about the 805. From the unique honeycomb front panel design, to our signature brushed aluminum frame, to the tinted tempered glass, this chassis is the ultimate gaming rig! It also comes with a 3.1 TYPE-C USB port which is one of the first chassis to do so (the others being our 909 and the H-Tower).
The 503 is an affordable, elegant case. The glass front panel slides upwards to reveal a 5.25″ drive bay. The entire chassis is made mostly of strong steel and it’s also fitted with a display window so users can showcase their hardware. This mid tower chassis can support up to an ATX motherboard, comes with seven expansion slots and comes with an LED fan. The 503 is perfect for gaming on a budget.
The Chopin is the smallest of the five chassis since it is a mini-ITX tower. Don’t let the size fool you, this sleek chassis can do wonders. It’s efficient and user friendly, which is nice for smaller builds. The armored shell of the chopin is made up 4mm thick of brush aluminum. The Chopin puts off very little noise and has great air flow thanks to the mesh side panel.