Legit Case Reviews
In-Win Griffin Black Mid Tower PC Case Review
|Manufacturer:||IN-WIN Development Inc.|
|Product:||In-Win Griffin ATX Mid Tower Case|
|Date:||Wed, Jun 30, 2010 - 12:00 AM|
|Written By:||Brian Giacoletti -|
As the tram comes to a stop please don't everyone rush to the front of the tram. There will be plenty of time to see everything you want to see. You did pay good money for this tour, after all. On our first stop of the tour we are going to take a look at the packaging details of the In-Win Griffin case. As you can see, there is really nothing out of the ordinary besides the fact that most cases in this price range come in a generic box with the style and color check marked on one side.
This box is attractively emblazoned with the In-Win Griffin logo on both sides along with one of the sides displaying the actual griffin graphic that is on the case itself. Please, sir, no touching the case. We have a strict no touching policy. But, please feel free to take as many photographs as you wish.
Once we open the box we can see that it is packed in the usual foam protective end covers and covered in a plastic bag. The case arrived in great shape from the In-Win factory. There was absolutely no damage to the case or the contents of the case and all was in great working order when the case was fired up. So, I guess what I am saying is, everything was alright.
Due to the tool-less design of the case the accessories pack included in the case is relatively small it just contains any and all of the screws you might need and a couple of standoffs if you need them. It also comes with a fairly thorough set of instructions in the form of a user's manual.
Please return to your seats and fasten your seat belts as the tram makes its way to our next stop on the tour... the outside of the case.
Next Page - External Impressions
Page 1 - The IN WIN Griffin Black ATX Mid Tower Case
Page 2 - Packaging
Page 3 - External Impressions
Page 4 - Internal Impressions
Page 5 - The Build
Page 6 - Final Thoughts/Conclusion