At a time when toughened glass and RGB LED backlight has become an everyday reality in even the cheapest computer cases, it is more and more difficult for manufacturers to stand out from the competition. Especially since the ATX standard is a long time ago and most of the solutions were discovered a long time ago. However, this does not mean that companies have stopped and are not trying new things. One of the entities that is not afraid to experiment is InWin. Just two months ago, we reviewed the large, roomy N515 model with the “nebula” effect, and now it’s time for a smaller variant aimed at more civilian computer sets. However, we are still talking about high capacity and high breathability. The brand completes its series with a new model, the N127. This new reference has a chassis similar to the 101C with a power supply in the top. With this new case, InWin release a model with the same aesthetic as the Nebula series. Thus, at the top, there is a window with a dot-shaped illumination with an infinite depth effect. Just underneath, a mesh grid is present on the front to let the ventilation breathe. The case comes with a single Luna AL120 fan at the back. However, it can be supplemented with two mills on the front and three on the bottom. You will have understood, for watercooling, that leaves us a compatibility with 360 mm radiators at the bottom and 240 mm in front. Nevertheless, this model features a graphics card holder as well as a quick opening system for the panels.