InWin Reveal Bonkers New Case Designs at Computex 2019


It wouldn’t be Computex without InWin revealing their new concept PC case. This year they had these absolutely mental looking alien things. They’re fully 3D printed, apparently take weeks to make, cost many thousands and won’t be sold to the public. Honestly, I think InWin literally went too far this time. That being said, I think they’ll sell a few to companies for display, and I don’t blame them, they look magnificent… and confusing.


Their next series is just as whacky, albeit this one should be coming to market. It features a sort of frame design, with a sleeve that goes over it. That’s right, no glass for this one, it’s a FABRIC PC case. Now, I’ll admit this seems daft, but just think how easy it is to create a custom finish here? I think they’re onto something with this one. Plus, a case that’s machine washable… why the hell not.


A little more down to Earth here, OK an LOT more down to Earth. The new 905 looks absolutely stunning with its lashings of brushed aluminium and huge tempered glass side panel.


This is by far my favourite though, the 925. It’s a slightly smaller version of their monster sized 928. It still has the same basic design, but scaled down a bit. Don’t get me wrong though, this is still a very big full-tower chassis with support for 12×12 motherboards.


Love some RGB customisation? When not add one of these front panels to your InWin 309. They feature a full array of RGB lights on the front. Of course, they’re all addressable too. Make no mistake, all the panels here are the same panel, just configured differently in the software. What design you want to make? That’s really up to you!

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Peter Donnell

As a child still in my 30's, I spend my day combining my love of music and movies with a life-long passion for gaming, from arcade classics and retro consoles to the latest high-end PC and console games. So it's no wonder I write about tech and test the latest hardware while I enjoy my hobbies!

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