is a manufacturer of computer cases, power supplies, and digital storage devices that has been in business since 1986. To be honest, I had never used an In Win product prior to this review, so I was excited to get one of their new mid tower cases, the B2 Stealth Bomber.
As the model name suggests, the case is themed around the B2 Spirit Stealth Bomber of the United States Air Force. There are many elements to tie this case into the plane of the same name, and perhaps the most unique feature is a fighter jet-like auto-sensing front door. Before taking a closer look at the In Win B2 Stealth Bomber mid tower ATX case provided for review, let's take a look at some published data taken from the In Win
Design inspired by the most fearful stealth bomber in the world, In Win all-new B2 advanced gaming chassis combines high performance features with bomber characteristics such as fighter jet-like auto-sensing front door W-shaped side panel air ventilation intakes and new dual-intake thermal solution.
» Fighter Jet-Like Auto-Sensing Front Door
» W-Shaped Side Intakes Inspired by B2 Bomber
» Stylish Blue LED Light
» Advanced Military "Stealth" Concept
» Case size: Mid Tower
» Material: Unique Dark Metallic Plastic Panels 0.8mm Japanese Steel
» External Drive Bay: 5.25" x 4; 3.5" x 2
» Internal Drive Bay: 3.5" x 5
» Front Ports: eSATA x2; USB2.0 x 2; IEEE 1394 A (Firewire); HD/AC' 97 Audio
» Dimensions: 435mm x 235mm x 525mm (H x W x D)
» M/B: ATX/mATX
» I/O Expansion Slots: 7 PCI/AGP Slots
» Power Supply: ATX 12V, PSII
» Thermal Solution: Smart-3D UniDuct; 120mm Ceramic Fans at Front and Rear Panels; VGA Turbo Cooling System with 80mm side Ceramic Fans x 2; Support Water-Cooling
» Safety: Meets RoHS, CE and FCC Class B Requirement
» Security: Padlock loop for padlock
The box the In Win B2 Stealth Bomber mid tower ATX case arrived in was a little banged up as you can see in the lower left image. The front of the box shows the case and a large image of a fighter jet's cockpit with the top door opening, like the main feature of the B2 case. On the back side of the box we see inside of the B2 case and the auto-sensing door halfway open.
As shown in the below left image, the key features are detailed with an image and some text on one side of the box. Removing the In Win B2 Stealth Bomber mid tower ATX case from the package finds it in a clear plastic bag surrounded by Styrofoam braces (as shown in the below right image).