InWin had a huge CES this year, unveiling a slew of new products and teaming with ASUS on a TUG Gaming-specific chassis; the InWin 101 TUF Gaming chassis.
Starting with the new 101 TUF Gaming PC chassis, which InWin says has a "fresh new look" thanks to its ASUS TUF Gaming motherboard design, which sports a "fresh coat of orange-yellow" that provides a beautiful style that compliments the ASUS TUF Gaming motherboards.
Then InWin gets into the curves with their new 915 chassis being their latest full-tower E-ATX case that is "uniquely curved" and features RGB lighting, of course. InWin's new 915 features tinted tempered glass side panels, and rocks a top panel that automatically rises to increase airflow when you're gaming... or mining.
InWin also unveiled their updated 909 full-tower, something that now is upgraded with EK Water Blocks' liquid cooling products. The two companies have collaborated so much that there's even an awesome co-branded reservoir that matches the styling of the new 909 case.
The new A1 case features a unique Scandinavian style design, with tempered glass and anodized aluminum that is good for any environment. InWin's new A1 features exquisite detail from start to finish, where it packs a InWin 600W PSU that is 80 PLUS Bronze, with cables managed already (rock on, InWin).
But it's not an IT trade show without InWin showing off something incredibly freaking awesome, so how about their Mars fans that have three rotating hinges, something that lets you adjust their position and angle for your personal liking.
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