In Win has a pair of relatively recent additions to it PC chassis product lineup with the FANQUA and Maelstrom cases. The FANQUA is a mid-tower case designed to incorporate the important features of Fan, Airflow, Neat, Quality, User friendly and Affordable which is how they came up with the name. The case features a 22cm side fan and mesh filters to trap dust before it enters the case. The Fanqua also features a tool-free design and lots of cable management clips on the inside.
The Maelstrom case has been out for a little over a month and it is a full-tower design with a black interior that supports motherboards from Micro-ATX to Extended-ATX. The Maelstrom supports up to ten front, side, and top 12cm fans along with retaining holes at the rear for water cooling. The case uses a bottom-mounted PSU design with dedicated ventilation holes to further enhance cooling performance.
Both cases can be found on-line right now with the Fanqua averaging around $70-$80US and the Maelstrom hitting the $100-$120US range.