One constant over the last few years of Computex has been InWin’s ability to amaze. Out of all the companies to show new designs completely out of left field, InWin takes the trophy, especially as they do it with computer cases, one of the most commoditized parts of the component industry. This year’s entrant in the weird and wonderful combines the utility of a computer chassis with what can only be described as an art installation. The Z-Tower is a 40 kg fully aluminium case designed using only five pieces of metal put together and hand polished to a brilliant finish. Each of those five pieces requires completely different tooling, and InWin stated that because of the fine work involved can only makes 10 units...
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