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    In Win releases the WINBOT to celebrate CES (but it costs $3500)

    And shows off the 101 TUF Gaming, and A1 Glass Edition chassis coming in Q2 this year.
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    Re: In Win releases the WINBOT to celebrate CES (but it costs $3500)

    Glass?

    Pass.

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    Re: In Win releases the WINBOT to celebrate CES (but it costs $3500)

    If you have the space and the money... Sadly I have neither...

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    Re: In Win releases the WINBOT to celebrate CES (but it costs $3500)

    Those Asus themed cases look pretty fat. I mean, like, I would be surprised if there was a Ryzen mobo in that livery but it's a nice effort! Can't blame humble mobo partner like Asus for the wIntel 'crapstorm" recently.
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    Re: In Win releases the WINBOT to celebrate CES (but it costs $3500)

    There was a time when the CPU or GPU cost more than all of the other components combined... well ladies and gentlemen have I got news for you.

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    Re: In Win releases the WINBOT to celebrate CES (but it costs $3500)

    Quite like the A1 in White.

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    Re: In Win releases the WINBOT to celebrate CES (but it costs $3500)

    Not pictured above but there was also some very insteresting open air designs from In Win at CES this year, I have never really given this company much of an eye but they have been very interesting as of late.

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    Re: In Win releases the WINBOT to celebrate CES (but it costs $3500)

    Quote Originally Posted by Arvy View Post
    There was a time when the CPU or GPU cost more than all of the other components combined... well ladies and gentlemen have I got news for you.
    Mine still does...

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