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In Win H-Tower transforms itself for your tinkering pleasure

by Mark Tyson on 3 June 2015, 11:01

Tags: In Win, ASUSTeK (TPE:2357)

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Innovative chassis specialist In Win is showing off a mechanically transforming tower chassis at Computex 2015. The In Win H-Tower is described as a "6th Generation Concept Design" which is "not only stunning to watch, but also allows for fast PC installation and maintenance". You can see how the chassis transforms itself from a closed 'H' configuration to openly accessible chassis in the brief video below.

Sticking to the topic of the overall appearance and design of the chassis, In Win will be producing limited quantities of the H-Tower in its own classic Titanium-black livery. For the first time In Win has partnered with ASUS RoG and will be making a version of the H-Tower in red and black, with ROG logo with Maya patterned features. You can see the two case colour options below. The H-Tower also features laser lighting and highlights.

To open and close the H-Tower and to select various laser lighting options users don't have to do anything so crude as press a button on the chassis itself or fiddle around with PC control panels – it's all remotely controlled by the In Win H-Tower smartphone app.

Looking at the technical specs, this substantial case can accommodate E-ATX, ATX and micro ATX motherboards, eight expansion slots, and support for both air and water cooling setups. It features easy access on the front panel for 3x USB 3.0 ports, 1 x USB 3.1 Type C port and audio I/O. However, despite its size (and weight of 23Kg) it only supports a single 3.5-inch drive and 4x 2.5-inch drives.

Material

Aluminum, SECC

Internal Drive Bay

3.5” x 1, Maximum Supports 2.5” Drive Bay x 4

M/B Form Factor

E-ATX (12” x 13”), ATX, Micro-ATX

Power Supply

ATX12V, PSII and EPS. Power Supply Mounting Area Length up to 230mm

I/O Port

USB3.1 Type C Connector x 1, USB3.0 Type A Connector x 3, HD Audio

I/O Expansion Slot

PCI-E Slot x 8, Supports High-end Graphic Card (Length up to 340mm, Height up to 200mm)

Thermal Solution

- 120mm Top Fan x 3, - 360mm Radiator (Height up to 35mm), - Supports at Least 209~214mm Height CPU Heatsink Based on Different Mounting Position

Dimension (HxWxD)

Close: 617 x 322 x 502mm, Open: 620 x 680 x 785mm

Net Weight

23.03 kg

In Win hasn't revealed pricing or availability as yet, except that this will be a limited edition chassis. It is also showcasing the 909 Full Tower and 805 Gaming Chassis at Computex this week.



HEXUS Forums :: 15 Comments

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Wow that thing is futuristic ! where's the waiting list ?
Wonder how reliably it can do that while full of components though?
Too big for me, but serious fun. In Win deserve serious applause for doing something truly original in case design, which but for Silverstone designs, have not progressed much in 20 years (moving the PSU from top of case to bottom is not a serious advance in design!)
23Kg empty - you ain't gunna be lugging that to and from LAN parties. ;)
KUDOS earned