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|5th July 2010, 16:00||#1|
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In Win Dragon Slayer M-ATX Case Review
As a computer chassis manufacturer, In Win not only produces highly inventive cases designed around specific genres but also incorporates the latest technology and devices into their builds. The Dragon Slayer is a perfect example of this: bold and rugged with its medieval-inspired aesthetics yet in keeping with modern technology through the inclusion of USB 3.0 and accommodation for large GPUs.
Moreover, itís true to say that with In Win cases, the looks are critical with a love it/hate it aspect to the styling but always offering a unique appeal unrivalled by anything else on the market. So letís take a look at the Dragon Slayerís visuals, and internals, in a little more detail...
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