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In Win 101C and Polaris RGB Fans review.

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The In Win 101C comes in a relatively plain brown box with black lettering. On both the front and the back, they have the In Win logo on the top right-hand corner of the box. In the center is the 101C’s product branding. To the left is a very distinct design going from top to bottom. The design is a series of hexagons and matches the design on the back panel of the case.

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The right side of the box has the In Win logo and website printed near the top along with the words Contemporary and Innovative. The right side tells you whether your case will be black, white, or other. However, I believe the 101c comes in only black or white. Below the color indication, there is a list of some of the key features of the 101c, and a full list of specifications.

The right side of the box has the In Win logo and website printed near the top along with the words Contemporary and Innovative. The right side tells you whether your case will be black, white, or other. However, I believe the 101C comes in only black or white. Below the color indication, there is a list of some of the key features of the 101C, and a full list of specifications.

On the top of the box, one flap has the In Win logo, the other flap has the words In Win. When you open the box, you find the case wrapped in plastic and packed in hard foam. Hard foam works well as packing material. Its designed to take the brunt of the force if the case is dropped or banged around. Our sample arrived in excellent condition and all of the accessories for the 101C come stored in a thick, reusable plastic bag. This includes screws, zip ties, and RGB connectors. There is also a card with a QR code on it. This is your user manual. I like that. It makes for less paper waste.

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Paul Malfy

Paul started building computers in 1994. He studied journalism and computer science in college. Paul loves gaming but hardware is his true passion. News Writer and Product Reviewer.

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