Casings and Coolers Guide
The Slickest PC Cases at CES 2014 Aren't Made by Razer
While Razer's Project Christine may be getting lots of attention, you can't actually buy one. You can however, get one of these aluminum and glass beauties from Taiwanese manufacturer In Win.
First previewed at Computex last year, In Win's Full Tower Tou case is now available to purchase for US$799. The limited edition case features panels made of 3mm-thick tempered glass, attached to an aluminum structure. The coated glass is semi-transparent, but has a mirror finish, so that when the lights inside the casing are on (which can be controlled via a touch panel on the front) you'll be able to see inside the casing, but with the lights off, the entire case just looks like one big mirror.
If the Tou is a bit too bling for you, In Win is also launching a new range of cases at CES 2014, the US$190 mini-ITX 901, and the US$280 Mid-tower 904. Both cases feature a classy wrap around one piece aluminum construction, with smoked tempered glass side panels on the sides. Both models come with pre-installed PSUs and will be available in Singapore around February this year.