For most folks who have been working with computers for a while, the name In Win is a familiar one. These folks have been around since 1986 and have a product line that includes power supplies, digital storage devices and both server and consumer class system enclosures.
Today's piece will be in the realm of that last category, a consumer class enclosure that is aimed directly at the enthusiast. While this is becoming a crowded market segment, many manufacturers are looking for ways to let their own product shine in this arena, and In Win has done just that.
With looks based off the design concept of the B2 Stealth Bomber, this B2 enclosure has some features that are not commonplace. The big question, though, is whether it can handle the rigors of a high-end system and manage to not only give it a good home, but to do so in a cool manner.
Read on as we delve deeper into the B2 and look at both its features and worthiness as a potential upgrade for your system.
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