In a time when much of the world is influenced so heavily by the West, it is nice to see some Eastern culture added back into the mix - this time, to do with technology!
IN WIN is quite well known throughout the world for producing a large range of good quality computer cases and power supplies, but now the Taiwanese company is branching out and trying its hand at some new products. Its retail brand, called IN WIN Style, has released its first hard disk drive enclosure, simply called "Na" - it is pronounced "Nar" in English.
In Chinese, the word "Na" means to contain something; rather fitting you might agree for a hard drive enclosure. Instead of just producing a plain Jane type enclosure like the hundreds out there already on the market, the folks over at IN WIN went out and designed a very tasteful product with plenty of Eastern culture blended into it - and a lot of style!
At first glance, it looks nothing like a HDD enclosure, more like a fancy piece of pottery or something you would display in a glass cabinet in your lounge room for all to see. But on closer inspection, things start to make sense.
Stay with us as we take a close look at the IN WIN Na and its performance, then establish whether or not it would make a good Christmas or holiday gift for your mother, girlfriend or whomever you believe this product would suit. Let's get started.
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- Page 1 [Introduction]
- Page 2 [Specifications, Availability and Pricing]
- Page 3 [The Packaging]
- Page 4 [IN WIN Na Enclosure]
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