In-Win BUC Midi Tower PC Case
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Huge towers, full towers, midi towers, mini towers, HTPC case, elegant towers, eye candy towers, black towers, white towers, blue towers, grey towers and even green and red towers are very easy for anyone to find nowadays regardless of what region they live in. Even so however more and more PC cases are introduced into the market almost on a daily basis. Now that is definitely a good thing for most of us but for some people choosing between 100 products may not be the easiest thing to do. Anyways you all know IN-WIN and their very competitive products and today we are taking a look at their latest and quite interesting BUC midi tower.
IN-WIN Development Inc., an ISO 9001 manufacturer of professional computer chassis, power supplies and digital storage devices, is one of the leading providers of enclosure solutions to system integrators worldwide. Founded in 1986, IN-WIN provides high quality chassis that conform to all safety regulations, as well as unsurpassed customer service. In Win was well trained to become a top-notch manufacturer of core technology to enhance internal core competence to meet what customer and market needs constantly. Top management has been executed four major elements to reach their growing goal: Innovation, Service, Speed, Value, Safety, Warmth, Faithful, and Diligence in order to remain our leading edge position and differentiate with other players.
Overall the BUC Midi Tower follows the same design as the previous released IN-WIN PC cases which is not really a bad thing, quite the contrary actually (although i wouldn't like to see the same exact design). However IN-WIN made quite a few nice additions (which no doubt we will be seeing with their future cases) to the BUC including an EZ Swap HDD side door with 4 hot swap 3.5" drive bays (only 3 accessible from the outside), front USB 3.0 port and a large storage tray on the top. Yes these additions are far from breathtaking and we have seen them before from other manufacturers but for a midi tower at that price range i am sure many people will find them attractive to say the least.