In Win Matrix Reviewdamian - April 8, 2009
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Are you the type of person who enjoys watching movies in the comfort of your own home? Maybe you have a sweet looking 30" display or one of those nice expensive projectors? Having a beautiful display is one of the most important features, but in addition to that you also need a well suited case to house the different components such as a Blu-Ray player, large storage for your multimedia and a low profile graphics card capable of unleashing quality HD content. People prefer small form factor chassis that can easily fit inside a cabinet, while others simply want something that won't take up much space. Whatever it may be, there are a variety of cases to choose from, and today we will be looking at an offering from In Win. In Win specializes in high quality chassis and definitely has some cases that are really able to catch the eye. Hopefully this will summarize the In Win Matrix, a small form factor case built for micro-ATX motherboards that just might be the solution for your next home theater PC.
The packaging for the In Win Matrix is sleek, stylish and does a great job at showing off the exterior of the case. The front of the package shows off the front of the case and reveals the different features of the case. It also sports the infamous In Win logo and motto. The back of the package has the specifications of the case and continues sporting different angles of the case, and yes, the sides of the package show multiple angles of the case as well.
Once you open up the box you get a glimpse at one of the sides of the case surrounded by styrofoam to help protect it during its shipping phase. What really stands out though is the trusty installation manual, you will definitely want to hold on to it.
With the case you receive the aforementioned installation manual, a bag of assorted screws and standoffs, and a power cable for the included 300W power supply,
The case also comes wrapped in a plastic bag to prevent any unwanted or accidental scratches.
Now let's take a closer look at the case itself.