In Win S-Frame now available in limited edition run

Posted on Monday, Jul 07 2014 @ 11:19 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
In Win announced they've started shipping their S-Frame, an open-air case made from two square meters of CNC cut 4mm thick aluminium that is hand-bent 15 times into its unique shape. Only 500 units were made so retail availability will be very small.
In Win Development Inc., multiple winner of internationally renowned design awards, has announced its innovative new 5th generation concept, the limited edition S-Frame, is now available to buy.

Awarded ‘Best Design of Computex 2014’ by Tom’s Hardware1, for “not only [an award for] the S-Frame chassis, but also for In Win's impressive manufacturing skills”, the S-Frame open-air chassis is constructed from 2 meters squared of CNC cut 4mm aluminum that is then hand-bent 15 times into its unique shape; thus combining the most unconventional craftsmanship techniques to create impeccable artistry.

The red anodized edges on the black backbone draw the eye to its angles, while seamlessly showing the beautiful texture of its brushed hairline along the metal curves. The sides are made from 5mm tempered glass, continuing the premium materials theme and to give a clear view of the PC inside.

Internally it supports ATX or micro ATX motherboards, ATX power supplies up to 220mm and up to four 2.5/3.5 inch drives. Cooling is aided by 3x120mm bottom fan mounts or a 360mm liquid cooling radiator instead, or elsewise air cooling heatsinks up to 195mm tall. Front panel connectors include four USB 3.0 and HD audio 3.5mm microphone and headphone jacks. Total size is 560 x 313 x 755mm (22” x 12.3” x 29.7”).

Each S-Frame in the first batch is numbered 1-500 to ensure exclusivity, for more information, please see http://www.inwin-style.com/
In Win S Frame


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