Conclusion: The bling's really the thing, though, that sets the GT1 apart from the hordes of low-end and lower-midrange chassis for PC enthusiasts. For the price, the GT1 offers plenty of styling to get the attention of first-time and veteran builders alike.
Pros: SATA hard drive dock, Built-in fan controller
Cons: Just one front USB 3.0 port, Few fans included
Conclusion: I want to be more bullish on the In-Win GT1. I actually quite like In-Win and they have some incredibly unique designs in their stable. Maybe not ones suited to pet owners or people with small children, but any of the enclosures in their Frame line has something to offer.
Summary: When In Win first ventured into the retail market, the budget segment for computer cases was a lot different. New brands were able to compete by providing a lot more features compared to what the big, established retail names offered at a lower price point.
Summary: The In Win GT1 is a very good case for its price tag (USD 69), coming with features usually only available on more expensive models, in particular its external 3.5”/2.5” docking bay.
Pros: Covers for the 5.25” bays are vented, Air filter for the power supply, bottom, and front fans, External 3.5”/2.5” docking bay, Support for six 3.5” or seven 2.5” internal devices, Supports video cards up to 10.6” (270 mm) long on its default configuration or up to 16.1” (408 mm) long if the top h...
Cons: Fan controller uses peripheral power connectors instead of three-pin fan connectors, No air filter for the optional front fan, Only one USB 3.0 port
Conclusion: Il settore gaming è come sappiamo uno dei segmenti in maggiore crescita del mercato tecnologico, con lo specifico hardware per PC in costante crescita nei volumi di vendita, in netta controtendenza rispetto ad esempio alle consegne di sistemi desktop tradizionali.