In Win displayed a couple of very different-looking chassis at the CES fair in Las Vegas. They're the called the 'H Frame' and 'D Frame', and follow in the footsteps of the previously introduced 'X Frame'. The H Frame is constructed out of stacked, aluminium plates that you have to assemble yourself, Ikea-style. The D Frame has aluminium tubes with plastic parts between them. However, these descriptions don't do them justice, you really need to see them to understand how unique the designs are. Photos follow below.
Last year In Win showcased the X Frame chassis at the CES, an open chassis like we've seen from others including Cooler Master, Antec and Lian Li. The H Frame and D Frame are different, but no less unique.
The H Frame is a limited edition chassis of 350 kits, for now at least. In Win announced the unique chassis in July of last year, but this week it earned them the 'CES Innovations 2013 Design and Engineering Award'. The aluminium plates are cut with a diamond blade, which gives the edges the polished look. In Win left plenty of space in the interior for motherboard, expansion cards, PSU and even multiple hard disks, that are installed in a very clever manner. See for yourself:
The D Frame chassis is no less exotic, even if it does remind us of the Antec Lanboy Air from a few years back. In Win did take its own unique approach to the design. The name comes from the fact that the frame looks a bit like a capital D.