Each year at Computex we expect In Win to have a very impressive signature chassis. It seems lately In Win has gone more the “art” route over the past couple of years and this year is no different with the Yong Concept. The main frame of these unique PC enclosures are actually 3D printed.
Here is what In Win says about the concept and design of the Yong…
The design inspiration of Yǒng is viewing nature from an artistic perspective. The original concept is from observing a butterfly’s pupation stage. We strive to capture the organic form and showcasing the vivid detailing of each Yǒng. Thus, each piece is one-of-a-kind, accurately representing its natural counterpart.
We pride ourselves in delivering unique chassis. Yǒng takes this concept a step further by not only presenting a distinctive case, but now offering diversity to each individual model. Just like in nature, no two Yǒngs are the same.
As I mentioned the outer-frame of the chassis is 3D printed and then there are 13 different complicated and delicate processes of shaping and polishing. At the center of the chassis is a component trays that allows you to mount all of your hardware. It supports motherboards up to E-ATX, 340 mm graphics cards, CPU coolers up to 170 mm. There are also four 4 3.5-inch drive mounts and 8 2.5-inch drive mounts. I/O includes one USB 3.1 gen 2 Type-C, 2 USB 3.0, and HD audio. The chassis also supports three 120 mm cooling fans or a 360 mm radiator.
You can find more information on the Yong website.