InWin showcase two cases with wooden parts

InWin showcase two cases with wooden parts

InWin showcase two cases with wooden parts

InWin showcase two cases with wooden parts

 
InWin have started showing off two new case designs at Computex, which combine wood, glass and aluminium to create a striking aesthetic. 
 
The first of these new cases is the InWin 806, which is an ATX mid-tower that comes with a with a treated plywood exterior, creating a very different external aesthetic than the company's traditional brushed aluminium designs. 
 
This chassis will come with a body that is primarily constructed out of aluminium, with the chassis also featuring a tempered glass window.

  

InWin showcase two cases with wooden parts  

The second chase that InWin have shown is the Gaming Cube A1, which comes with a 200mm x 268mm x 340mm footprint and enough space for an ITX motherboard and a 2.5-slot GPU that is up to 31.5mm in length. 

This chassis will have enough space for an internal SFX power supply and for a 120mm intake and exhaust, with very limited space for a CPU cooler. On the top of this case is a treated wooden panel, giving this case a unique aesthetic that would be very suitable for a minimalistic office.


InWin showcase two cases with wooden parts

 

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Most Recent Comments

31-05-2017, 11:12:50

mb67
I love the looks of the InWin 806. It might be my next case...Quote

31-05-2017, 12:57:58

Avet
I love wood. InWin has nice ideas, but they usually ruin them. I hope they learned something by now.Quote

31-05-2017, 15:28:29

Monty Python
That's a damn short graphics card at 31.5mmQuote

31-05-2017, 17:33:57

russler
If they make the wood 806 il be all over that, been wanting an inwin case for ages.Quote

31-05-2017, 17:42:50

AlienALX
Already seen the wooden 806. A modder built one months ago lol. Still, it was a beautiful build and definitely worth marketing.

Love the cube case. Inwin thinking outside of the box again which is what has catapulted them to where they are today. They easily, hands down, make the best looking cases money can buy.Quote
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