In Win believes wood may become one of the next big trends in computer case design. Over at Computex, the company revealed two new cases with plywood, lime-tinted panels. Both models are high-end cases made from aluminium and with a tempered glass side panel.
The In Win 806 is a typical ATX mid-tower case while the Gaming Cube A1 is a cubical case for Mini-ITX builds. TechPowerUp captured some specs:
The Gaming Cube A1 measures 200 mm x 268 mm x 340 mm (WxHxD), and features a pedestal-type layout for its motherboard tray, which frees up room for a dual-slot (well, 2.5-slot) graphics card up to 31.5 cm in length. It can hold an SFX power-supply, and a CPU cooler up to 16 cm in height. Cooling features include two 120 mm bottom intakes and a 120 mm exhaust each on the rear and side. The In Win 806, on the other hand, is a mid-tower measuring 215 mm x 490 mm x 468 mm, with room for CPU coolers as tall as 17 cm, and graphics cards as long as 32 cm. Cooling includes two 120 mm mounts each along the top, bottom, and front; and a rear exhaust. The case features reversible USB 3.1 type-C front-panel ports.