Taiwan is home to a lot of technology companies and manufacturing plants, with most of the big names having a sizeable piece of Taiwan real-estate. IN WIN is no exception to this and is one of the native Taiwan companies who are producing some mighty fine products this year.
We are fortunate to have one of their ITX cases for review today, the BM650 Mini-ITX Chassis in stylish piano black.
As can be seen from the front panel, the case sports headphone, mic and USB ports; while these are key ports to have on the front of the case, it would be a bit nicer to have them behind a small flush door so that the appearance of the case front is not cluttered. That being said, IN WIN has done a fantastic job to ensure that the gloss plastic front flows nicely together.
The case is designed to be oriented either horizontally or vertically, depending on your requirements. Small rubber feet are supplied to attach on both sides so that you don't scratch your desk and to help reduce vibration noise from the case resonating through it.
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