In Win A1 Review

Published by Luca Rocchi on 27.07.18
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  Cooling Features Layout Build Quality Value for Money
Pros + Dust filters + Charge Qi
+ Tempered glass
+ RGB support
+ Interior space

+ Good build quality + Solid bundle
Cons   - No USB 3.1 ports


  - Price

With the A1, In Win offers a new mini tower case, which is compatible with high-end graphics cards. Due to the size of the case there isn't much space available. For example there are only 120mm fan slots and cooling wise you can install up to two 120 millimeters radiators. If you prefer CPU tower coolers, they can measure up to 160 millimeter in height. In other words there is enough room for a mid-range tower or down-draft cooler.

The overall build quality is good, despite this case it's not made from aluminum like most other models from this company. The right side panel is fairly solid but could be a bit sturdier and for the left side panel In Win is using great looking tempered glass. Unfortunately we did not like the release mechanism. Although there is a quick release through a handle at the top you have to be very careful ensuring that while taking off the glass panel it's not falling of the bottom notch.

The feature list is quite interesting. First of all this case comes with a Qi Charge module on top which you can use for charge your smartphone or tablet. In addition In Win has pre-installed and pre-routed a 600W 80Plus Bronze PSU. Last but not least there are RGB LEDs that will illuminate the transparent stand placed below the case.

Overall this case is another good step in the right direction. On one hand we really like the looks but on the other there are still few little compromises due to design choices. We believe that a few small changes could easily make this case a solid choice. Checking prices we find the In Win A1 available for 199 Euro. Even considering the price of the PSU and Qi Charge, we believe that the price is a bit steep. The In Win A1 receives 4 out of 5 stars.

Page 1 - Introduction Page 5 - Installation
Page 2 - Preview Page 6 - Ventilation options
Page 3 - Features Page 7 - Temperatures
Page 4 - Product overview Page 8 - Conclusion

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