InWin has rolled out a new mid-tower PC case this week that features an understated yet premium looking appearance. The InWin 216 is equipped with brushed aluminium front panel accents and space inside for installation of motherboards up to E-ATX format.
The bulk of the InWin 216 design is made up of matte black panels that cover most of the front and right side of the chassis, which is typical of a modern PC case design. The front panel is a primarily closed design with air intake vents running down the right-hand side. To the left of the front panel is a premium looking brushed aluminium piece that breaks up the minimalist appearance.
A full-length tempered glass panel is used on the left-hand side of the case which features a mild tint so you can clearly see components inside. The tempered glass panel sits in a slot at the bottom and is held in position via two top thumb screws giving a rather sleek look. Front I/O connectivity consists of two USB 3.0 ports and 3.5mm HD Audio jacks.
Inside the case is a typical modern mid-tower layout, the upper section has space for motherboard installation up to E-ATX form factor and the lower part is covered by the power supply shroud. There is also plenty of room inside the InWin 216 for water cooling components, in the front of the case is enough free space for mounting either three 120mm fans or a 360mm radiator, at the top, there is space for a 240mm radiator or two 120mm fans and at the rear, either a 120mm fan or radiator can be installed.
In terms of expansion possibilities, the InWin 216 offers vertical graphics card mounting via two vertical PCIe slots and an optional PCIe riser. Graphics cards up to 380mm long can be installed inside the chassis, maximum CPU cooler height is 166mm and maximum power supply length is 220mm. A total of two 3.5-inch bays are available for HDD installation and the case comes with two 2.5-inch bays pre-installed, with space for a maximum of five available.
Price and availability of the InWin 216 mid-tower case is yet to be confirmed.
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KItGuru says: Personally, I’m a fan of the understated mid-tower chassis appearance and quite like the look of this new InWin 216. What do you guys think of it?