Originally Posted by wermad
InWin has been a bit adventuress lately:
H-Frame (MSRP $399 USD):
D-Frame (MSRP $399):
And now the Tòu (MSRP $799):
The first two are a bit of a stretch but this Tòu is really pushing the envelope in terms of price. Maybe they should have formed a new lineup of "luxury" cases to distinguish them from the InWin mainstream cases (a'la Lexus).
The D-Frame, I like that one. Not very practical but uber unique. Wish it was a tad bit cheaper (~$259-299 imho).
And each one is pretty unique.
The price is very reasonable if you realise the actual cost of making them,all that fab work,the machined mobo trays....glass...all adds up.
Caselabs,as much as I like them,are boring as stock and are basically boxes. Very functional but lacking design flair for the aesthetic.
Inwin are not going that route.
Much like that Level 10 that Thermaltake tried.