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IN WIN BM650 Mini-ITX Chassis - Don't stop 'till you pop!

Good things come in small packages and today IN WIN proves it with their stylish BM650 ITX case.

| Small Form Factor Cases in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Mar 31, 2009 3:55 pm
TweakTown Rating: 84%      Manufacturer: IN WIN

Don't stop 'till you pop!

 

Popping the front off, there is a small unit which holds the power and reset buttons along with the indication LEDs. The USB and 3.5mm ports are extruded to make them flush with the front of the case, again using nice solid steel bracketing.

 

We can also see that the CD-ROM tray is designed to support slim-line laptop style drives, which are becoming increasingly popular in everyday small form factor builds. Furthermore, there's space for a 3.5-inch card reader or front panel accessory of your choice.

 

IN WIN BM650 Mini-ITX Chassis

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A quick look at the power supply shows that it's got a nice 120W capacity and a 3 year guarantee. The advantage of using an in-built PSU removes the need for a laptop style power block hiding under your desk; it keeps it all in the case.

 

IN WIN BM650 Mini-ITX Chassis

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Looking at the HDD mount and we can see the nice touch of the etched HDD symbol on it, making it obvious to newbie system builders. The mount can support both 2.5-inch laptop style hard disks as well as standard 3.5-inch flavours, too.

 

IN WIN BM650 Mini-ITX Chassis

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On top of the CD-ROM tray we see the same etching going on that provides re-assurance that this case has been well designed to make everything obvious and intuitive.

 

IN WIN BM650 Mini-ITX Chassis

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