At CES 2020, InWin gave the world a sneak peek at some of their upcoming cases, including the 216 mid-tower case model. We were able to get our hands on it, and we’re ready to explore this entry-level case along with everything it has to offer. Hint: space and ease.
In this review, we’re going to dive deep into InWin’s latest offerings which is more on the sleek, stealthy side of the fence, the InWin 216. This particular case is geared towards low to mid tier builds and at a glance, features pretty much everything most system builders are looking for for their next modern build.
At a high level, the InWin 216 features tempered glass side paneling, slots for up to six 120mm fans, dust filtration on the bottom and front intake, and vertical GPU mounting. There’s enough room inside the case to stuff pretty much anything and everything including multiple full-sized graphics cards, custom loop liquid cooling setups, and 360/240mm radiators on the top and front.
The case is definitely targeted towards system builders who prefer a cleaner, stealthy build. The 216 features blacked out interior and exterior paneling with a single slightly tinted tempered glass side panel which adds to the overall stealthiness factor. Its frame consists of solid steel inside and out which should make the case overall quite sturdy