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IN WIN launches Android and IRONCLAD gamers chassis'

Robot or Army mad? Step inside!

| Cases, Cooling & PSU News | Posted: Mar 18, 2010 10:00 am

IN WIN has added a couple new chassis' for gamers to its lineup today which keep price down while offering a good mix of features and design.

 

The Android, as the name implies, follows the theme of the science-fiction artificatial human-like machine with its rigid metal body and dark metallic coating inside.

 

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The chassis gives space for up to five 5.25" devices and four 3.5" ones; all of which are of tool-less design along with the seven expansion slots at the other end. IN WIN also ships the case with 5.25" to 3.5" converters and a 3.5 to 2.5" converter which would be handy for mounting an SSD.

 

The cooling system gives the ability to mount up to six 120mm fans at the front, side and top of the chassis and there's a single large 220mm LED fan located on the side panel, too.

 

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You can find IN WIN's press release on their new Android chassis here.

 


Also launched today is IN WIN's larger full-tower IRONCLAD which follows a battlefield tank-like theme. It has eight tool-free I/O expansion slots and room for five 5.25" devices and six 3.5" ones.

 

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This chassis has all of the features of the Android and then some; it's well rounded in this regard. But as with many cases on the market, it's going to come down to your taste in aesthetics with this one.

 

More on the IRONCLAD here.

 

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