To succeed in the market of high-end cases, you must create a case that is feature rich and highly unique. Over the years, InWin has been a pioneer in this market space with cases like the: S-Frame, D-Frame, H-Tower and now we can add the InWin 915 to that list. The 915 does away with the generic box shape of most cases and replaces it with curved 3mm anodized aluminum panels. Enhancing the curved panels are tempered glass side panels with the back panel being stylistically silkscreened with the company’s name. In addition to its beautiful aesthetics, the InWin 915 also includes some unique features such as: motorized top ventilation, expandable PSU bay, and system failure indicator LEDs at the front. Coming in at an MSRP of $449.99, the InWin is definitely priced as a high-end case which is quite justified with its intensive list of features and stylish looks.
InWin, which is located in Taiwan, was founded in 1985 and focused on creating computer enclosures. In 2009 they started a new product line, targeting the PC gaming market. Since then, they have brought to market some of the most innovative cases such as the D-Frame, H-Tower and WinBot. Over the years, they have expanded their product line to include power supplies, server chassis, fans and various other accessories. Each year they continue to push the envelope with new innovative ideas and products and have become a household brand in the PC gaming industry.