With ITX chassis popularity going strong, it makes sense for InWin to add their own all-new Explorer to the mix. Following the innovative Alice chassis for ultralight PC, the new Explorer is created for DIY enthusiasts who enjoy assembling modular and detailed gaming chassis themselves. Everything hooks effortlessly. The EXPLORER is said to be an impressive mini-ITX case. This include triple-slot graphics card support, m-ITX motherboard support, and multiple configuration potential. It makes use of form factors and components in its favour while offering some unique elements of its own. Plus, you can even dismantle the case all the way down to its motherboard tray. It is made of SECC galvanized steel and reinforced ABS plastic with tempered glass side panels. You can choose from a simple Bone White or Justice White with vibrant mixes of red, blue and yellow that users can assemble on the 10pcs modular mini-ITX chassis. Today in our InWin Explorer Mini-ITX Case review we have the Bone White case to show. We’ll discuss everything you need to know about it like its specifications, features, performance, and more.
InWin has been known for pushing the boundaries of case design across multiple decades. Starting with unique shapes and designs for tower enclosures, InWin was one of the first brands to champion the use of glass with the expensive but well received Frame series of limited edition products. Over time, InWin has evolved this into annual showcases of unique enclosures which explore the use of new materials or manufacturing processes. While those enclosures are usually just built in small batches, the InWin Explorer we are reviewing here is a mass-market product that ships flat-packed, so consumers get to assemble their case at home. Available in two color variants, "Justice White" or "Bone White," we received the latter variant for review.