In Win Alice case has fabric exterior

Posted on Wednesday, Oct 16 2019 @ 18:54 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
In Win's funky Alice case hits the market. This new chassis has polyester fabric covers, which come in pretty colorful designs. Specifications and features can be found over here.

In Win Alice
InWin is excited to announce its new "Alice" PC Chassis. Gathering inspiration from the classic story, Alice in Wonderland, InWin is taking PC builders on a journey where imagination reigns supreme! The Alice chassis combines a durable and sturdy, yet ultra-light-weight frame with a variety of vivid colors.

For those that are bold enough to enjoy something different than a traditional, heavy case, the Alice chassis showcases an explosion of possible color choices and intricate designs to create something totally distinct. Inside, the Alice chassis is designed to allow the easiest PC hardware installation ever.

It features a removable steel motherboard tray so the main components can be carefully installed outside, if required, then the open frame design allows cable routing to become an easier and neater practice. Once the PC is assembled, its vertical internal design provides considerably better cooling through an unobstructed path that follows natural convection, while this bottom-to-top airflow can be driven by three base-mounted fans.

With the vertical mounting of internal hardware, the motherboard I/O ports are at the top for easy-access. Since dust makes builders "mad as a hatter," the cover hides internal cables and limits dust entry. Integrated into its design are four vibration-proof mounts placed on the feet to provide a stable base that resists bumps.

Two integrated handles mean the chassis can be lifted and moved easily, while its ultra-light-weight materials and taller design allows for easier transportation, even when full of hardware.

The Alice chassis can support up to ATX motherboards with eight expansion slots, and high-performance hardware such as longer graphics cards, power supplies and taller CPU coolers. UP to four 120mm fans can be fitted, plus three 2.5-inch SSDs and one 3.5-inch HDD.


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