Computex is always a place for over-the-top PC cases and each year In Win is one of the companies that has a crazy case. Well this year they have really out done themselves! Their new H-Tower is a case that literally transforms! The case itself is made of aluminum and when closed looks like a pretty cool case in and of itself.
Inside the case supports E-ATX, ATX, and Micro-ATX motherboards, a single 3.5-inch hard drive and four 2.5-inch hard drives. There are 8 expansion slots inside and you can fit graphics cards up to 340mm in length. A the top of the case you can mount a 360mm radiator, or three 120mm fans. The case also supports CPU coolers up to 214mm in height. The at the front of the case there you have your I/O ports that include a single USB 3.1 Type-C port, three USB 3.0 Type-A ports, and HD audio ports.
Using an iPad with In Win’s own app they are able to transform the case! It allows the user to open and close the case and to show off the blue, green, and red LEDs that are located on the inside panels. The best way to show this off is video and the guys from Guru3D have a great video of the H-Tower in action!
When the case is fully transformed it sort of looks like a large test bench.
The case also makes a pretty awesome display case, ASUS has one at Computex showing off some of their hardware!
For what we’ve heard that case will be limited edition and will cost $1000.
Images courtesy of TweakTown, Toms Hardware.
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