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IN WIN IW-BQ656T.AD80TBLR, Mini ITX case w/ AD80A7-2 T power supply, w/ external remote that has USB 2.0 and Audio(HD) ports, comes with plastic mounting bracket that can be used as a stand or mounted at the back of the monitors.

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  • Steel Mini-ITX Desktop
  • 80W Internal PSU (IP-AD80A7-2) Power Supply

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A blend of style and function, the IN WIN IW-BQ656T.AD80TBLR Mini ITX chassis is a great choice for ultra thin PC, HTPC and other space conscious applications. Less than 8cm depth minimizes its footprint while an array of smart designs maximizes its features. In addition to Mini-ITX motherboard, the dual layer interior accommodates DVD drive and hard drive. The chassis can also be mounted behind an LCD monitor for optimized space efficiency. An external handle box with 2x USB ports & 2x audio ports facilitates your operation, specially useful for LCD back mounting.

  • newegg Ultra Small Footprint Small, smart, sleek and spectacular. The ultra compact WIN IW-BQ656T.AD80TBLR chassis measures only 3.3 liters in size and 3.0" in depth, allowing it to fit anywhere in your house.
  • newegg Efficient Cooling Large area of ventilation holes on side and top panel ensure sufficient air flow to keep the entire system cool.
  • newegg Tool-Free Clips Facile tool-free clips on side panel for easy assembly.
  • newegg Plastic Mounting Bracket With the included plastic mounting bracket, you can attach the enclosure to the back of an LCD monitor, or uses it as foot stand, all for your convenience.
  • newegg External Remote Control An external remote handle box gives handy access to power button and 2x USB & 2x audio ports, offering unmatched convenience.
  • newegg 80W PSU Included 80W internal PSU (IP-AD80A7-2) delivers robust, stable power, as well as minimized noise level for silent computing.

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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 3 years
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 3 years
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  • Chris G.
  • 1/21/2013 6:26:50 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsSmall and good

Pros: Well designed to minimize foot print. I like how the HDD and slim optical are mounted behind the MB. Saves space. Virtually silent.

Cons: Wish the case had a power button built into it. Unfortunately the power button is on the remote meaning you must use the remote whether you need the USB and audio or not.

Other Thoughts: Run with older Foxconn 45CXS and Muskin SSD. Cable routing is challenging though that is to be expected with a small case. Would have liked a hole large enough to pass the SATA power cable through nearer to the power supply. The only hole large enough is on the opposite side of the case meaning it must be tucked around the sides. Made it work but its not ideal.

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  • MARK B.
  • 1/20/2013 7:03:38 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsSmall

Pros: Have several (5) of these in the field. Vesa mount is great. Overall easy to set-up and assemble.

Cons: PSU is only 80W a little weak. SATA and power cables a little tricky to run. Not bad though.

Other Thoughts: The only major issue is that Newegg and other fail to have them in stock for long. There also is another version that has a 120W external brick (like a laptop). Overall I have never been too disappointed win InWin they seem to make good quality products. Overall this case serves it's purpose and works well.

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  • Walter B.
  • 1/6/2013 8:29:47 AM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggs

Pros: ultra-small footprint, enough room for all the necessities, and easy to take apart and re-assemble. only one screw on each side to keep the panels on. plenty of air flow, looks pretty. the instructions have plenty of diagrams.

Cons: it's a tight fit, but that should be expected. not incredibly crowded, but you might want to brush up on your Tetris skills if you want to fit more than a few cords inside. the controller with the USB ports and headphone/mic jacks is described as optional, but it has the only power button for the case, so i can't see how that could be true. the cord for the controller is also pretty stiff, limiting its mobility. all pretty minor problems, but still worth noting.

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  • Joe A.
  • 12/31/2012 8:03:21 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsNice Niche Case!

Pros: Small footprint, Remote switch with activity lights and USB ports. Sturdy VESA mounting system is a breeze to use. Included PSU is very quiet.

Cons: Not much in the way of instructions for the unique drive mounting scheme. The case is surprisingly configurable if you will take the time to play with the drive caddies provided. CPU cooler choices are limited due to the size of the case and the ITX form factor.

Other Thoughts: Works perfectly for the kitchen PC I built for my wife. Mounted it to the back of the kitchen TV and with the addition of a VisionTek Candyboard Keyboard, she has a perfectly serviceable computer for surfing, streaming etc.

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  • Aleksandr W.
  • 9/16/2012 6:13:55 AM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat Case!

Pros: I bought this case to build a new HTPC and replace the old Core2Duo ATX rig. Main reason for choosing this one was its small size, but capability of taking on a powerful setup. Plus I loved the way it looks, very sleek. The HDD and CD-ROM mounting carriages are easily removed to make installing them even easier. Though make sure you install your slim drive in the proper orientation. I installed it the way it came out of the case and that ended up being upside down. But, the geniuses at IN WIN designed it so that you can install the carriage in either orientation. Comes with ALL necessary hardware to install it, even sata cables, as well as the adapter for the slim CD drives. The external remote is quite nifty. Though I haven't mounted it on the TV yet, I know it will come in handy. The i3-2120 stock cooler fits fine and temperatures barely make it to 40 degrees Celsius when under load, idle at around 26. I also used Corsair low-profile RAM to make sure I had clearance.

Cons: Only con for me is that the Blue LED on the remote is VERY bright, plus I don't really care for LED's. I prefer my computers to be discrete, not bright as the sun.

But I could say that a better power supply would be a good thing for those who want to do an AMD build. IN WIN offers a 120W on their website as well as an external option. I went with an i3-2120 so no issues there. While, there are vents on the side of the case opposite the power supply, the 24 pin plug for the board blocks up a lot of that.

Also, note that there is no place for a PCI-Express card, even a low profile one. That wouldn't be a bad addition to the case, but that would also make it larger and I'm just using the Intel HD for HTPC use so it doesn't bother me.

Other Thoughts: I absolutely recommend this case, everything went together easily and there was enough room for adequate cable management.

What I fit inside:
i3-2120 with stock cooler
Corsair M4 128GB SSD
Panasonic UJ240 slim Bluray burner

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  • S C.
  • 5/29/2012 3:28:19 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsgreat m-itx case

Coming Soon!

Pros: It's tiny and looks nice. The new design can now accommodate i3-2120's and similar, where the old design you had to buy the low thermal version with smaller fan. 80 watt built in power supply seems fine for a tiny build. In Win makes very nice cases.

Cons: don't love the breakout box for the on/off and usb connections. Yes, you can get to the usb's on the back panel, and I'd rather have a button to turn it on right on the case like the old design. It was probably done this way for those that are going to mount it on the back on a monitor stand and don't want to reach around. They do have a version sold through other retailers without the breakout box and with the power switch and extra usb's right on the case.

Other Thoughts: Recent build used this case and has an asrock h77m-itx, samsung 830 128gb ssd, 8 gigs of memory, intel i3-2120, and this box is fast! It's used as a media server and occasionally for audio editing. I really like the mini itx size and plan on building more of them for everything except the most demanding workstation needs.

I skipped putting in a slim cd/dvd drive and choose instead to just use an external usb cd/dvd drive when needed.

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  • John S.
  • 1/5/2012 10:06:46 AM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsCorrections quickly made

Pros: After reviewing (see above review) I have returned this item. Newegg (libby), was fast and accurate in resolving the issues. I see corrections have already been made as to the description of this case stating No Front ports. Good On Ya!

Cons: No Front Panel Ports

Other Thoughts: If you are looking for a small case to mount behind a lcd panel this will work fine. the remote tether looks well made. The cabling is beefy, with bracket like mount to secure to rear of case. Yup, I added an egg.

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  • John S.
  • 12/31/2011 5:16:29 AM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsThe First Poor review

Pros: The website photos Look nice.
One of the smallest foot prints for sale.
Shown hanging nicely on rear of monitor, mount included.
The mount and the stand(table top use) are the same.
Shown with front port usb's, audio, On/Off switch.
Claims to be "tool less" side panel removal.

Cons: The unit is not as nice looking as the photos show.
The Mount/Stand is ugly and rather cheesy.
The front panel is completely bare! No usb/audio/switch. Not even the printing is etched on the panel. Extremely Disappointing!
Panels are not Tool less, You will use a screw driver.
I have not bothered to check out the P.S. for the above con's are already the deal breaker.

Other Thoughts: If the front panel had been complete as shown with usb ports, on/off switch, audio ports. I likely would have given another egg. In my opinion all the ITX cases are over priced for what you get, and at $62 this one is no different.
Newegg offers no way (that I could find) to obtain any of the options available (larger P.S...remote, & different panel for bigger CPU) with this case. I believe this could not only be a "New item" but a discontinued closeout item as well.

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