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Inwin 805 Glass computer case


The computer case market is a crowded space. Every manufacturer is attempting to gain attention by doing something differently.
In that spirit In Win has come up with cases that uses tempered glass for panels as opposed to sheet metal with perspex windows.
The result of using glass for case's surface most certainly brings about that unique feel.
The panels are slightly smoked that adds a little bit of style.
Overall as far as the case goes there are not too functional aspects that we have not seen before.
The total airflow appears a bit positive pressure and all the exhaust work comes down to one 120mm fan at the back.


So, what we have is a case that is aimed towards looking unique as opposed to being a performance powerhouse.
A moderate build that is sufficient for a reception or office desk where it will be seen and admired is the idea.
It certainly has its place in the case ecosystem, its just a matter of checking first if the product as a whole right for the intended purpose.


For further details please also watch our video review of the case.


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