CES 2016 Day 3 - In Win

Here at APH Networks, we have reviewed many of In Win's chassis, the most recent ones being very glamorous and eye-catching. like the In Win 805 and 904 Plus. This year at CES 2016, they have came back to show off another set of chassis that are just as glamorous. Furthermore, In Win has brought some power banks and power supplies to their booth.

First off, we will show off In Win's H-Tower. This monstorous beast comes in at $2400 USD, and is outfitted with lasers and hydraulics. At the push of a couple of buttons, the case can open and close back up, which can also be controlled via their mobile app on iOS and will be coming to Android in the near future. If you have extra cash to splash, better go and pre-order your unit now as there will only be two hundred units globally and fifty coming to the Americas region.

This is the H-Frame 2.0. What's special about this case besides In Win's signature tempered glass panel design is its body is layered with pieces of aluminum. When viewed from the side, it will look like steps. Additionally, In Win has designed a fully modular power supply specifically for this case, namely, the Platinum Signature Series SII-1065W.

In Win also has come out with consumer grade new chassis: the 509, 805, and 909. All three chassis come with tempered glass panels and brushed aluminum bodies. One thing that stood out to us was the updated 805, where the front panel was mirrored to create a "tunnel" effect. This is enhanced by the use of LED lights around the perimeter.

As with many companies we met, we have seen them hitting the power bank market, and In Win is no exception. They have come out with the 904, Allure, L'amour, and Noir. According to In Win, they have been in the power supply industry, as well, developing such components for federal and educational institutions that require computer products. Their C line of Platinum power supplies come in 750W, 900W, 1050W, and 1250W.