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    In Win H-Tower transforms itself for your tinkering pleasure

    In Win will also be making an ASUS RoG version of this limited edition chassis.
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    Re: In Win H-Tower transforms itself for your tinkering pleasure

    Wow that thing is futuristic ! where's the waiting list ?

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    Re: In Win H-Tower transforms itself for your tinkering pleasure

    Wonder how reliably it can do that while full of components though?

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    Re: In Win H-Tower transforms itself for your tinkering pleasure

    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!)

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    Re: In Win H-Tower transforms itself for your tinkering pleasure

    23Kg empty - you ain't gunna be lugging that to and from LAN parties.
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    Re: In Win H-Tower transforms itself for your tinkering pleasure

    KUDOS earned

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    Re: In Win H-Tower transforms itself for your tinkering pleasure

    Quote Originally Posted by Spreadie View Post
    23Kg empty - you ain't gunna be lugging that to and from LAN parties.
    This. Also - I don't know about anyone else, but my towers are usually put under/up against something. I doubt there'd be room for the case to open without moving them out first, and I can't see myself including the computer tower as a freestanding focus point in the centre of a room.

    - EDIT: What I'm questioning is the tower format, not the idea of the transforming case, and as said elsewhere, it does look rather spiffy.
    Last edited by Tpyo; 03-06-2015 at 06:27 PM. Reason: Clarity

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    Re: In Win H-Tower transforms itself for your tinkering pleasure

    Definitely points scored for achievement....

    But I'll be damned if I'm buying a Decepticon with such limited capacity, I'm afraid.

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    Re: In Win H-Tower transforms itself for your tinkering pleasure

    Quote Originally Posted by kawauso View Post
    Wonder how reliably it can do that while full of components though?
    Exactly what I thought! Especially if you had a load of water cooling gear in there...

    Also, good to see USB type C making an appearance - here's hoping other manufacturers follow suit.
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    Re: In Win H-Tower transforms itself for your tinkering pleasure

    That is very cool! I can see this being good for reviewers who need to swap in and out components a lot.

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    Re: In Win H-Tower transforms itself for your tinkering pleasure

    I haven't been this impressed with a case for a long time. It's probably gonna be too heavy and expensive for my needs but it's great to see something different once in a while and its looks are right up my alley! It's definitely on my list of dream cases.
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    Re: In Win H-Tower transforms itself for your tinkering pleasure

    Warning: Keep drinks and children away, and children with drinks. =)

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    Re: In Win H-Tower transforms itself for your tinkering pleasure

    Quote Originally Posted by kawauso View Post
    Wonder how reliably it can do that while full of components though?
    That's what I'm thinking. "Oh no, I forgot to unplug that......WAAAAAHHH!! NOOOOOOOOO!!"

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    Re: In Win H-Tower transforms itself for your tinkering pleasure

    Let's roll out PCBOTS!
    Holla!

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    Re: In Win H-Tower transforms itself for your tinkering pleasure

    Quote Originally Posted by kawauso View Post
    Wonder how reliably it can do that while full of components though?
    Quote Originally Posted by ZaO View Post
    That's what I'm thinking. "Oh no, I forgot to unplug that......WAAAAAHHH!! NOOOOOOOOO!!"
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    Re: In Win H-Tower transforms itself for your tinkering pleasure

    Quote Originally Posted by gupsterg View Post
    A bit of tidy cable management at the back end, and you're good to go I guess. Too bad I don't like tying up cables at the back!

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