In Win is known for bold designs, as seen in the D Frame and the Tou, but this time around the vendor is catering to a more mainstream audience with the launch of the 707 and the 703. Both enclosures feature a more subdued design and do not contain any exotic materials in their construction.
That doesn’t mean that there isn’t anything noteworthy in the 707 and the 703, as both enclosures offer a host of features. The mid-term 703 is constructed out of SECC steel and can accommodate motherboards of ATX and micro-ATX form factors. Users can install video cards as long as 408mm and CPU coolers up to 170mm in height without any issues, and the case also comes with an external 5.25-inch drive bay. Internally, the 703 can slot in two 5.25-inch drives, two 2.5-inch drives and either four 3.5-inch or 2.5-inch drives.
Front I/O includes one USB 3.0 port, one USB 2.0 port and HD audio connectors. In terms of ventilation, the In Win 703 features mounting holes for two 120mm fans at the front, one 120mm fan at the back and a 120mm fan at the bottom. System builders looking to install a liquid-cooled solution can easily install the radiator block thanks to cut-outs.
The In Win 703 is available in black and red color variants, with both versions featuring an acrylic side panel that allows users to showcase internal hardware.
The In Win 707 is the full-tower offering, and shares the same design as its smaller sized sibling. Featured on the 707 are three external 5.25-inch drive bays, the ability to accommodate E-ATX, ATX and micro-ATX motherboards as well as the inclusion of mounting slots for installing up to nine fans if needed. The larger chassis can fit in CPU coolers up to 190mm in height, as well as video cards 365mm in length.
The 707 comes in two variants as well, a black and a white edition, although the differences lie in more than just the color scheme. The black version accommodates one more fan, and can fit in taller CPU coolers, although it does not come with the sound insulating foam found in the white edition. The sound insulation foam means that the white variant does not have an acrylic side window.
All that is needed now is the availability and pricing information, which In Win will be announcing shortly.