In Winís WINBOT Spherical Chassis Is Now Available for Purchase

👤by Michael Pabia Comments 📅14.03.2018 14:37:56

The In Win WINBOT Spherical desktop chassis was first featured at the Computex 2017 exhibit which highlights In Winís feats when it comes to desktop chassis engineering and design. The WINBOT features outer layers of clear dome-shaped plexiglass that reveals the hardware installed inside, giving you a 360-degree view of the caseís interior.

Massive Hardware Support

The In Win WINBOT isnít just featuring a rather rare and irregular desktop chassis shape, it is also quite huge with it supporting up to an extended-ATX motherboard form factor and up to 360mm radiators. It can house graphics cards of up to 340mm in length and CPU coolers of up to 170mm in height. The WINBOT sports an advanced front I/O panel complete with USB 3.1 Gen2 Type-C and USB 3.0 Type-A ports to give you easily accessible high-speed connectivity. This limited edition In Win case is pretty hefty having a net weight of 22.46 kilograms.

Intelligent Features
The In Win WINBOT offers more than the unique shape and massive hardware support, it also has intelligent features that make it interactive to the user. The WINBOT has a built-in camera complete with facial detection and motion detection. It can scan and identify objects in front of the camera. With this intelligent feature, users can operate and activate certain commands using hand gestures.

Hereís a sample build with the WINBOT in partnership with NVIDIA.

Pricing and Availability
The In Win WINBOT Spherical Desktop Case is currently exclusively available at the In Win eStore which currently ships only to the United States. The In Win WINBOT comes in three different colour models - Black/Red, Black/Green, and White/Blue. The WINBOT has an MSRP of $3,500 USD.

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