In Win is no stranger to creating unusual-looking chassis. In the last year it has brought us the D-Frame and H-Frame cases, but is perhaps going a step further at Computex 2013 by showing off the tou.
The tou is a full-tower chassis that consists of an aluminium main structure surrounded by 3mm-thick tempered glass. It's fairly standard going by the specification sheet, as it houses a trio of 3.5in drives, a single 5.25in and two dedicated mounts for 2.5in SSDs. Cooling-wise it is pre-equipped with a front intake 120mm and three exhaust 120mm fans on the top, and it supports seven PCIe slots and two front-mounted USB 3.0.
So why the apparent fuss? Well, it's all about the way it looks. We won't spoil the surprise and will let In Win's Nelly Hsieh reveal all.
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The mirrored glass and lighting effect is certainly more striking in real life. We're not huge fans of the out-of-place-looking 3.5in front panel or the incongruous optical drive. Perhaps the biggest hurdle to acceptance is the price. In Win said the tou is likely to retail at $799 - yes, $799 - when released in limited quantities soon.
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