IN WIN may be a name that most buyers don't recognize right away. I rarely ever see them discussed when someone is looking to build a new computer, regardless of the size of the case desired. From my own personal experience, I think IN WIN has very innovative ideas, as well as some "spins" on older ideas that they strive to make function properly, while still giving you a stylish piece to look at.
Pieces from IN WIN such as the Na incorporated an actual porcelain Sushi plate on top of the storage unit. Even the Matrix, while designed to pack as much in as little space as possible with simple lines on the outside, made it an attractive addition to any setting. Our latest submission keeps the "get as much stuff in as little room as possible" concept, but the outside is a whole other concept rather than simple and elegant. This chassis will also make a striking addition to any surrounding, as did its predecessors.
Today we get to look at the X-Fighter mid-tower from IN WIN. The interior hosts a few nice features, which I will discuss soon. The exterior, as I mentioned before, takes a whole other approach. Bold lines, splashes of bright accent colors and the use of a bit of "stealth", IN WIN hides a lot of things from the first glance! Let's get into the specifications and on to the images, so you can get a look for yourself at what IN WIN offers this time around.
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