CES 2010 CoverageBosco - January 6, 2010
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After all the cases, In Win had its two external hard drive enclosures on display, the AMMO and the Metal Soul. The AMMO enclosure fits a single 2.5" hard drive and comes with RFID encryption technology that will keep your data safe and secure while it is locked up. It is made out of is 0.8mm high tensile strength steel and will support either USB 2.0 or 1.1 standards for data transfer. The Metal Soul enclosure also has its own RFID encryption technology built into the enclosure and supports USB 2.0 and 1.1, however it has an aluminum die cast casing.
Finally we have the power supply section of In Win's booth. In Win had a good number of its "military grade" power supplies displayed from its Commander series and Airborne series. The Commanders range from 650W to 1500W and can offer you enough PCI-E power connectors to support up to Quad-SLI systems. The Commanders are also offer you a modular cable management system, four independent +12 rails, and boast efficiency up to 88%. The Airborne, on the other hand, does not come with the four independent rails and have efficiency ratings of up to 85%.