InWin Reveal Impressive New Chassis at CES 2018
Peter Donnell / 3 years ago
The latest chassis from InWin have a big reputation to uphold. The company has so many incredible products, but fortunately, the new 915 full tower lives up to the hype.
Equipped with a stunning curved front panel design, and some built-in RGB lighting, it looks a bit like a Cylon to me. It comes with a full aluminium exterior, and tempered glass side panel windows to show off your build.
The top ventilation is closed up tight for added noise suppression. However, it can automatically deploy, allowing for added ventilation!
We love a big chassis, but their new Mini-ITX model is even better! It comes with tempered glass panels, and a stylish RGB lit base design that really makes it pop. However, with wireless charging built into the top, it’s great for an on-your-desk type system. It even comes with a 600W PSU and Polaris RGB fans, all pre-built in and with the cables pre-routed!
Another full tower beast, this one falling back to the more premium aluminium and glass combination. It’s big, it’s impressive, and it’ll be darn expensive too. The main chassis is a single piece of 4mm brushed aluminium, and the overall design and build quality are what we’ve come to expect from their high-end products over the years.
Finally, we saved the biggest, most expensive, and most outrageous, for the last one. We’ve seen the Winbot before, but now that it’s more than a prototype, it’s the ultimate bonkers chassis for those willing to spend $5000. It features facial recognition, an auto-tracking and rotation system, and more. Of course, it supports a lot of high-end hardware, and if you’re feeling burdened by money and have a vast amount of space in your office… this will help cure you of both.
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