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In Win H-Tower is a motorised marvel of a PC case

In Win has revealed its latest limited-edition, experimental PC case called the H-Tower and it’s a spectacular motorised, self-opening contraption.

At the push of a button – or tap of the accompanying apps virtual button – the four corners split in half and fold outwawrds, with the top half lowering into the lower, all while the motherboard tray lifts up to be held aloft, clear of the case.

It’s very impressive, if largely impractical. But this isn’t some throw away concept project. This is a beautifully crafter machine with a very capable app that allows you to adjust the case’s lighting, pause and resume the opening and closing process and more.

It’s an E-ATX case so there’s plenty of room inside for high-end components, though it was somewhat difficult to see just how much space there is for water cooling and such like.

There’s no word on price of a release date but you can bet it will be very pricey – the last crazy In Win case (the mirrored-glass Tou) we looked at cost around $800 and we’d expect this to be even more.

In Win was showcasing some more affordable new models here at Computex, though. There’s the In Win 909, which is the larger version of its 709 case that has a single-piece of aluminium that wraps round the front, back, top and bottom then has smoked, temepred-glass sides. It’s quite the looker.

In Win 805

There’s also the more affordable tempered-glass model, the 805, which has a more simple flat-panelled design but keeps the premium looking smoked glass sides. It even has USB Type-C in the front panel.

The latter models will be arriving very soon, for undisclosed prices, while the H-Tower is still some way off being available to buy, with a likely Q3/Q4 arrival.

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