In Win has announced its new 301 mini tower PC chassis. The company pointed out that the case is gaming and performance-orientated for smaller form factor builds.
The case follows the design elements of the recently launched 303 model, such as the toolless tempered glass side panel, use of 1.2mm SECC steel, hexagonal ventilation and two-tone front panel layout.
Its front panel I/O has two USB 3.0 Type-A, and 3.5mm stereo headphone and microphone jacks, which are backlit. The 301 has support for one 2.5/3.5-inch bay, plus two more 2.5-inch SSDs and four PCI expansion slots to match Micro-ATX motherboards. Mini-ITX motherboard mounting support is also included. Like the 303, the PSU sits at the top and is housed within its own chambered area to keep cables out of view.
There is both 240mm plus 120mm water cooling radiator support at the front and rear, with air drawn through from the side panel hex-vents. It can also accommodate two extra 120mm fans at the bottom to provide flexibility to match cooling needs. CPU heat sinks up to 158mm (6.2-inch) tall are supported, and graphics cards up to 330mm (13-inches) can be fitted (excluding any front radiator and fan fitting).
The case will be available in two color options - black with red trim and white with blue trim, sometime in the first half of the year. The pricing wasn't mentioned, but it will probably be less than $90, which is the cost of the larger In Win 303.
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