In Win perhaps isn’t one of the most well-known of case manufacturers, but they’ve been around for a while and they have some decent budget cases. They’re looking to take a stab at a higher price/quality market with their latest two cases, the 901 and 904, which feature tempered glass side panels with a relatively thick 2mm/4mm machined aluminum frame. You can already find both of these cases on Newegg, with the mini-ITX 901 priced at $190 and the larger mid-tower 904 priced at $280. That puts them firmly into the high-end case market, with the key draw here being the aesthetics. Similar to the Corsair 250D that we just reviewed, the 901 is a larger mini-ITX case with the ability to accept full-size...

In-Win GT1 Case Review: Fighting an Uphill Battle

If you've ever looked at a builder's guide for a desktop system on any major tech site (including this one), you've undoubtedly noticed that the first thing to get...

66 by Dustin Sklavos on 3/8/2013

In-Win's New Cases Deviate Wildly From the Norm

I felt like CES 2012's case designs were fairly predictable: companies that could be expected to produce great stuff produced more great stuff, while other companies that were a...

6 by Dustin Sklavos on 1/10/2013

In-Win GRone Case Review: Do Features Make the Case

It's been a very long time since we've had an In-Win case in house for review. In fact, the last one we checked out was the BUC, an affordable...

31 by Dustin Sklavos on 9/18/2012

In Win GreenMe 650W

In Win sent us their newest model GreenMe rated at 650W. Billed as an eco-friendly alternative to the common PSUs, In Win boasts about the reduced energy costs associated...

62 by Martin Kaffei on 6/6/2012

In Win Commander II 1200W

With Computex having recently wrapped up, we've got quite a few new power supplies on hand for testing. First up is the Commander II 1200W from In Win. This...

18 by Martin Kaffei on 6/10/2011

IN-WIN BUC: Just How Much $100 Can Buy

When building a new machine, it's often easy to pass by certain manufacturers in favor of old standbys like Antec, Cooler Master, SilverStone, or Thermaltake. Whenever another company becomes...

58 by Dustin Sklavos on 5/9/2011

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