Bit Tech published some photos of the In Win Silencer, a new case that focuses on quiet computing. The case has a white exterior and it even has a special panel on the rear with noise-reducing foam insulation.
Designers Sharon Liao, Yayu Huang and Johnny Hsu from In-Win received an iF award for product design for the Silencer. Decked out in clean-room white plastic, the Silencer looks more space age than NASA. The case includes an attractive clean look, side ventilation with rear exhausts and a special panel hung off the rear with professional noise-reducing foam insulation.
It's smart, however we have to say concept is probably where it should stay since its booty is particularly large (although I hear some people like that kind of thing) and the plastic is clean and shiny but for some, oh-so-tacky: it feels like a toy rather than a professional product. The dangly bit on the back is non removable and doesn't leave much room for plugging cables in, let alone space for adapters.