In Win to reveal new PSUs and cases at CES

Posted on Wednesday, Dec 11 2013 @ 11:30 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
In Win shared some details about the new products it will showcase at next month's CES:
Join In Win at CES 2014 and be the first to see its brand new full tower, gaming PC chassis; along with fun new accessories and the availability of its new 904 (ATX) and 901 (mini-ITX) chassis with specially designed 80Plus Gold power supplies to match.

In Win 904 & 901 PC Chassis On Show, With New 80Plus Gold PSUs
In Win has announced the immediate availability of its exciting new 904 (ATX) and 901 (mini-ITX) PC chassis, where the new mini-ITX 901 debuts in public for the first time.

Installed in each chassis are new 80Plus Gold PSUs that are specially modified to fit the special 904 and 901 designs, with fans facing upwards instead of downwards. This has required a reconfiguring of the cable design to minimize its visibility, in order to preserve the overall beauty of the chassis. The semi-modular flat cabling on both PSU’s further complements this. In Win prides itself on this level of attention to detail.

Both new 80Plus Gold PSUs offer 750W (for 904) and 550W (for 901) of total sustained power at 50C respectively, and use FDB (Fluid Dynamic Bearing) for incredible longevity and reliability. Both support the latest ATX12V revision 2.4 and are ErP Lot 6 2013 Ready.

New Full Gaming Tower, Exclusive First Look!
Those attending CES will have an exclusive first chance to see In Win’s upcoming – 707 new gaming chassis! This aluminum-SECC steel full tower has a sleek, minimalist design that will certainly appeal to PC DIYers and gamers.

Inside includes In Win innovations such as EZ Swap HDD/SSD bays and outside features elegantly masked fan grills. More details will be made available during CES.

New Accessories
New PC accessories are also on show, including ‘Mr. Bubble’, a new, colorful headphone stand hand-made from blown glass with aluminum stand; new colorful mouse pads; and a new phone-tablet stand too!

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Thomas has been messing with computer since early childhood and firmly believes the Internet is the best thing since sliced bread. Enjoys playing with new tech, is fascinated by science, and passionate about financial markets. When not behind a computer, he can be found with running shoes on or lifting heavy weights in the weight room.

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