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In Win booth at CES 2017 (303 Type-C, 301, D-Frame 2.0 EKWB Edition and more!)

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In Win kicked off 2017 with yet another eventful CES. Each year we aim to thrill the PC building community with our upcoming products, and we didn’t disappoint this year. If you were unable to attend CES this year, no worries! We got you covered!

tòu 2.0

First up, we have the The tòu 2.0 which is the newest addition to In Win’s signature chassis. Based on the fourth generation tòu, the tòu 2.0 was reimagined in honor of In Win’s 30th anniversary. A few upgrades were made such as: moving into a full tower, removing the thumbscrews off of the tempered glass panels, increasing to 5mm thick tempered glass and it comes with it's own signature PSU called SIV-1065W. The PSU features a similar dual-mirror effect that the chassis has on the side panel, when the the backlit LED is activated, the tempered glass will turn from reflective to transparent to reveal the internals of the PSU.

Some returning features such as the glass effect, touch sensor for the power button and slide sensor to brighten/dim the internal LEDs and a physical power button is also provided. The tòu 2.0 is will likely be released at some point during Q2.

301

Due to popular demand, we made a smaller version of our top selling 303 mid tower, to a mATX version called the 301. It's consistent in quality, constructed of 1.2mm of steel and features a toolless tempered glass side panel. The 301 will also mount the PSU on top, but we added a drive cage to fully utilize all space. Also, changing the front I/O to red was heavily requested, so we listened. There will also be a white variant that will keep the blue I/O. Despite being compact, the 301 is able to watercool, and depending on placement, could be a killer gaming rig! Expect an appearance around Q2.

CF06A

The CF06A isn't a case that will be sold individually, but has a similar interior as the 303. It consists of mostly steel, but does feature a tempered glass and aluminum front panel. It's designed to have a professional touch to accommodate multiple environments, while still maintaining its gaming roots.

303 Type-C


The 303 Type-C is a concept case that drew plenty of attention during CES. We asked for feedback, and you are welcome to leave feedback for the 303 Type-C. It's basically a 303 case with a Type-C connector, an LED reflected tempered glass side panel, a fully RGB, sync-ready front I/O and a vertical GPU mount. At this point, we are looking at feedback and are considering either developing or adding parts of this concept to another project. So any thoughts you might have, please feel free to share with us.

Classic Series 1050W and 1250W

The Classic Series returns, but with more power, added sexiness and ready for action! I swear I'm talking about a power supply! tongue.gif The 1050W and 1250W models come with a red LED logo on the side and the 1250W will have the diamond-cut finish along the fan grill. The Classic Series enclosure is constructed of brushed aluminum. Of course, it is fully modular to keep your build nice and clean and is 80-PLUS Platinum certified. As of now, we don't have an ETA or an MSRP, however, the 750W and 900W models are currently available.

Premium Series and Force Series PSUs

At In Win, we design and manufacture our PSUs and one thing we'd like to do is make a PSU for everyone. The Premium Series is designed for RGB LED enthusiasts, and for people that actually want to display their PSUs. Power supplies are one of the key components of a PC, so why not display it more? The Premium Series features side panel logos that are fully RGB and are sync-ready. They are available in 650, 750 and 850W models, are fully modular and are 80-PLUS Gold certified.

The Force Series are designed for individuals that want a quality PSU, but also want it to be discreet to match with any build. There are actually three different models with 500 and 600W options:

FM: is a fully modular PSU that is 80-PLUS Bronze certified.
F1: is non-modular, which is also 80-PLUS Bronze certified.
F2: is non-modular that has the same efficiency as 80-Plus Bronze, but isn't certified because it uses 230V.

Aurora Fans

The Aurora fans were featured in all of the builds in one form or another. They are fully RGB, 120mm fans that comes with fully addressable LED lights, meaning each light can be controlled individually. All of the fans you see in the wall are are controlled by the tiny control box you see down below. The fans themselves are daisy chained together and comes with the modular sleeved cables. These cables will make cable management is that much easier. These fans will likely be sold in a kit that features fully addressable RGB LED strips as well. To control the lighting, effects and even increase the fan speeds, users can either use a provided a remote control or a downloadable software. We are aiming to release the fans in February, but they will for surely be released in Q1.

Medieval Metal & CSAT






Finally, we have the modders that won the In Win Choice award during the Mod in Taiwan competition held during last year's Computex. Team BS Mods (featuring Bob Stewart and Rod Rosenberg) and team Running with Scissors (featuring Dave Alcock and Daniel Harper) successfully submitted a mod of the In Win 509 full tower in only 24 hours (3-day span). In the photos you see the production models that In Win has manufactured to honor the modders' art.

Medieval Metal: The BS Mods build displays a medieval theme. They went with 3mm aluminum enclosure that is detailed all around the case. The chassis features a backlit shield in the right side panel that sits upon standoffs. The left side of the structure wields a blade, which is also the case's front I/O. The power button can also be found at the tip of the handle. No ETA or MSRP quite yet for Medieval Metal.

CSAT: Team Running with Scissors went with a futuristic gaming military camouflage theme, which is highlighted in the hexagonal orange patterns. The team mentioned in an interview that they prefer not to change the overall look of the exterior, but enhance it a bit with a change of the color scheme and design. The right side of the case showcases a large In Win logo to commemorate the 30th anniversary. No ETA or MSRP at the moment for this case also.

D-Frame 2.0 EK Water Blocks Edition


In honor of the announcement made at the beginning of 2017, In Win and EK Water Blocks wanted to show the public the potential of our partnership. So during CES we unveiled a D-Frame 2.0, EK Water Blocks Edition. This new edition includes more mounting support to accommodate more of EKWB's watercooling solutions. It isn't certain if this product will be available for the public, but collaborations are likely to be done in the future. If you are interested in the D-Frame 2.0, we do have the original available in select stores and the green and blue/white variants on our eStore.
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I liked everything that I saw, especial the CF06A.

My two cents,
I do wish though that you guys applied the same layout of the 303 to the 301, that would have been great. I think the shorted PSU takes away from the clean style of In Win cases, it just looks unfinished. Also I realised when you stay away from coloured lights it actually helps more so than changing it to the majority vote. What I am saying is that on the 301 and 303 removing the light on the I/O all together would have really been best.

Also if the 301 is going to be released in Q2 why point to an "empty" 301 page?
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I liked everything that I saw, especial the CF06A.

My two cents,
I do wish though that you guys applied the same layout of the 303 to the 301, that would have been great. I think the shorted PSU takes away from the clean style of In Win cases, it just looks unfinished. Also I realised when you stay away from coloured lights it actually helps more so than changing it to the majority vote. What I am saying is that on the 301 and 303 removing the light on the I/O all together would have really been best.

Also if the 301 is going to be released in Q2 why point to an "empty" 301 page?

Thanks for your feedback. Our ultimate purpose is to show you the page with both versions of the 301. And it won't be "empty" forever. smile.gif
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Thanks for your feedback. Our ultimate purpose is to show you the page with both versions of the 301. And it won't be "empty" forever. smile.gif

No problem, thanks for listening.

Yeah I know. Btw where do you guys pull most of your user feedback from?
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No problem, thanks for listening.

Yeah I know. Btw where do you guys pull most of your user feedback from?

Everywhere. Here, social media, reddit etc. If you say it, we keep a record of it. smile.gif
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I have kind of a dumb question, will the In Win Type C have all Type C ports on the front, or is it all USB 3.0 with one Type C connector?
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I have kind of a dumb question, will the In Win Type C have all Type C ports on the front, or is it all USB 3.0 with one Type C connector?

Not a dumb question at all. Truthfully, if we do actually make this version of the 303, the specs may change a little. That said, on the prototype, there are five USB ports total. Two 2.0s, two 3.0s and one Type-C. We hope this helps. smile.gif
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Will the RGB be compatible with external devices such as the NZXT Hue +? I''m talking specifically about the Type C 303, because I feel like that compatibility would be a big selling point.
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Will the RGB be compatible with external devices such as the NZXT Hue +? I''m talking specifically about the Type C 303, because I feel like that compatibility would be a big selling point.

To be completely honest, we're not sure. It isn't our product so we can't verify. What we can say is that if the 303 Type-C does come into production, it is specifically designed to be Sync ready, meaning the motherboard RGB programming will sync with other RGB items in your build. We hope this helps. Let us know if you have any questions or concerns. Thanks. smile.gif
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If the 303-C gets the go ahead, what is the soonest that case could be on shelves? It is easily the best laid out case with all of the features I'm looking for (360 rad support, usb type c front panel, rgb, tempered glass, decent airflow, vertical GPU mount). Please please please make this case. Also if you could throw in some grommets for external watercooling that would be very much appreciated thumb.gif
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