Date: March 5th, 2007
Article by: Joe Anderson (Hardware Reviewer)
Edited by: Nathan Glentworth (Owner / Head Editor)
Product was submitted by: IN WIN
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PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS AND FEATURES
The Alpha 360 is a mini-tower chassis, accepting micro ATX motherboards and has four expansion slots. It will accept standard PSUs, although no power supply is included. There are plenty of drive bays here, a quality lacking in many mATX cases. We'll go over the other features of the Alpha 360 in more detail as the review progresses.
Packaging and packing materials are about what we've come to expect. The box has some graphical previews of the case, which comes wrapped in a plastic bag and sandwiched between two form-fitting foam blocks.
With the packing removed, the 360's rather unassuming presence belies the surprises that it hold in store for us. In Win calls this color “silver blue” and it's quite attractive. The box suggests that the Alpha 360 is available in silver green and silver gray colors as well, but I've not seen one for sale in either of these colors. The foldout manual is glossy and has color illustrations, but is a bit thin in the detail department and the photos are a little on the small size.