Incredible New Chassis’ Coming From InWin at CES 2019
Peter Donnell / 3 years ago
It wouldn’t be CES without InWin rocking up with some amazing new chassis. The first one that caught my eye is the compact and stylish A1 Plus. We’ve seen this design from them before. However, now, it’s been given some healthy improvements.
It now comes equipped with an 80 Plus Gold PSU and the slick mini-ITX chassis. It features built-in addressable RGB underlighting too for some added customisation. There’s also an RGB controller should your motherboard not natively support it. You’ve got tempered glass on the sides and top, and there’s even Qi charging right on the top glass for your mobile!
The newly designed 905 features a full aluminium exterior with tempered glass side panels. It uses a stylish brushed aluminium finish, giving it a rather timeless look. Like previous models, it has that airflow cutaway at the bottom front edge and now features a large S-shaped dust filter to allow more clean airflow from this section.
On top of that, it’ll support E-ATX motherboards, with up to seven PCIe slots, and two vertical PCIe slots. There’s even room for up to 330mm long expansion cards.
It features their new quick-release side panel windows too, allowing you to drop open the top edge and lift the panel out for easy access.
Furthermore, with a built-in aRGB lighting strip, you can give it an added colourful flair.
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