In Win send out a teaser of what it will showcase at Computex 2018, three weeks from now. The invite mentions the company will be revealing its new 3-series gaming cases, next-gen RGB LED fans, power supplies, and accessories.
Join InWin at Computex 2018 (Nangang Exhibition Hall, 1F, Booth J0607) where the latest limited-edition signature chassis, the newest PC chassis, power supplies, cooling products and accessories for PC enthusiasts will be displayed.
Investing in a Future of Personalized, Interactive Features
After introducing WINBOT’s AI functions during last year’s Computex, , InWin is continuing to develop more interactive and customizable products. At Computex 2018, InWin will exhibit new, interactive product features and will introduce a new service that enables customers to add printed designs to further theme PC cases. Coming soon via InWin eStore, users can choose to add a design pattern to cases such as the 101 Chassis, then InWin will apply it and ship directly to customers. This service will evolve to extend options to different materials, patterns and chassis.
New 3-Series Chassis
InWin is introducing a new gaming chassis into the 3-series with a unique front panel that focuses on a more interactive experience. The new front-panel design can display different customizable objects or even mini-games. It features a built-in microphone that will react to the user’s commands, display changes and lighting effects.
InWin has designed a new case fan that will take RGB to the next level. The frame is constructed of unique materials, which creates a soft, warm lighting effect. It is backed by both software control and an IR controller that allows to remotely change the lighting effects. When it is connected to an InWin fan-splitter, two groups of fans can be controlled via a single controller.
Mod in Taiwan 2.0
Following the Mod in Taiwan 2.0 event from February-April 2018, the winning case designs, in addition to several professional case-mods created by global modders, will be on display at the InWin booth.
The winning case designs were chosen from a mix of public and professional voting and professional judges from China, the Netherlands, USA, Germany and the Philippines. Up to $12,000 USD worth of prizes have already been given away!