In Win Mana 136 Mid-Tower Chassis Review
Chris Hadley / 387 days ago
Over the last few months, a lot of manufacturers have been moving over to releasing cases that are white in colour, and whilst this is not a bad thing, in fact I love this transition, there is still the need to have a range of Black cases out there in the mix.
In Win alongside their other product lines have been making cases for a number of years, and the Mana 136 is one of their latest additions. Available in the all black edition like we have here today to look at or white and black, it slots into the ever growing sector of budget mid tower sized cases.
Even though the Mana 136 is in the budget pricing band at around the £40- £50 mark, this is not to mean that its lacking in features. In Win have managed to give the case a stylish design to the outside and inside the user is offered up a tool-free installation on virtually all the drive bays, a cable management solution, USB3.0 on the front panel, support for graphics cards upto 29cm in length and loads of space for fitting fans.
This is not to mean that they have skimped out on quality, In Win have a reputation for being one of the leading manufacturers out there with respect to quality and innovation and as we will see this has been passed right down through all of their products as though they were all top of the line.
It seems that the Mana 136 has a lot going for it, so lets get inside the box and see for ourselves what its like.
- Multiple High-end graphics cards supported (Maximum length of 29cm / 11.4 inches)
- USB3.0 Super speed transfer interface
- 3.5″ SATA HDD EZ-swap modules
- SSD ready
- Maximum drive bays to support up to 11 devices
- Up to 12cm fan x 7
- Cable routing space
- Tool-free design for ODD & HDD
- Removable front fan and PSU air filter