Specifications, Availability and Pricing
The Android from IN WIN is a SECC steel chassis that has been painted inside and out with a matte black paint. This mid tower chassis takes a different approach to the front bezel. While it still offers all the typical switches and I/O connectivity, the front takes on a sort of armor plating. With the main body being black, IN WIN chose nice, contrasting, metallic silver for these plates. These plates are removable for easy installation and use, but snap back in place for day to day looks, closing the front off and really "stealthing" the five, 5.25" bay drives. Under the "plates" IN WIN keeps in the spirit of removable pieces and offers a removable grille with the name plate at the bottom for easy maintenance of the intake. Behind this intake you will find a cage to install up to three 3.5" drives. The Android will fit both m-ATX and ATX motherboards and offers seven expansion slots.
While IN WIN doesn't offer a whole lot as far as specifications of their included fans, they do still offer four inside this mid tower. Behind the removable front grille there is a 120mm with blue LEDs to add a bit of flash to the front. Inside the case, the typical green bladed fans are what you will find in the top and rear of the chassis, both the 120mm flavor. The side panel has all mesh where a window would typically be. This is backed with a 220mm, blue LED fan. With what IN WIN offers in cooling, I think temperatures should be under control inside.
The Android has been out for the better part of the last month, and getting one to your door takes a simple search in Google. I was able to locate quite a few e-tailers that currently carry this chassis. Getting one won't be any issue. So far I haven't seen any deals that include shipping, but all of the pricing is within about $20 across the board. On the lower end of the spectrum, you can find it listed at Newegg for $79.99. Of course, there is almost $20 in shipping charges to still apply, so keep that in mind as well. Let's let the images speak for themselves and tell the tale of what IN WIN has to offer for almost $100.
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