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    In Win 928 Super Tower case launched

    Aluminium & tempered glass case will be available from Thurs 16th May, priced $999.
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    Re: In Win 928 Super Tower case launched

    A thousand bucks! Wow
    Old puter - still good enuff till I save some pennies!

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    Re: In Win 928 Super Tower case launched

    For that price I'd expect at the very least, rubber grommets on the motherboard cutouts. Heck a removable motherboard tray would also be a nice feature, along with a cutout behind the CPU area to make installing coolers simpler.

    The only redeeming feature is the 4mm thick single piece of aluminium this is constructed with, although those diamond cut edges look like they could cause a few abrasions....

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    Re: In Win 928 Super Tower case launched

    Also, with all the fans it doubles as a personal hovercraft, complete with RGB landing lights.

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    Re: In Win 928 Super Tower case launched

    "Diamond cut"? Diamond cutting discs are cheap enough, from less than a tenner on Amazon and are likely used because they will last a very long time cutting aluminium. Doesn't really help to justify this case'e huge price tag.

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    Re: In Win 928 Super Tower case launched

    Quote Originally Posted by Iota View Post
    For that price I'd expect at the very least, rubber grommets on the motherboard cutouts.
    Crikey for £1k I'd expect it come witha fully loaded motherboard as well!

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    Re: In Win 928 Super Tower case launched

    A fool and his money are easily parted.............not sure there are that many fools though for this to be viable. Also ridiculous price for a ridiculous case, it's not even aesthetically pleasing. Honestly what is the world coming to when that monstrosity can command that price tag; somebody's been hitting the crack pipe a little too hard me thinks.

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    Re: In Win 928 Super Tower case launched

    I think it looks really nice but well overpriced
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    Re: In Win 928 Super Tower case launched

    Quote Originally Posted by jimborae View Post
    it's not even aesthetically pleasing
    I think that is always going to be subjective to the person looking at it. I mean, I pretty much hate any case with a tempered glass side panel but your tastes may well be different. Still better than beige cases from years ago....

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    Re: In Win 928 Super Tower case launched

    Quote Originally Posted by Iota View Post
    I think that is always going to be subjective to the person looking at it. I mean, I pretty much hate any case with a tempered glass side panel but your tastes may well be different. Still better than beige cases from years ago....
    Beauty is in the eye of the beholder..............And that thing is damn fugly in my eyes.

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    Re: In Win 928 Super Tower case launched

    relatively cheap for an in-win case if you take some of their others into account

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    Re: In Win 928 Super Tower case launched

    geee ouch way to expensive... should be gold plated lol

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