CES 2022: InWin Launching Nebula N127 Enclosure (and More)

Source: InWin CES 2022: InWin Launching Nebula N127 Enclosure (and More)

Nebula N127, B1 Mesh, P-Series White PSUs

We didn’t attend CES 2022 in person, so I missed out on a booth that requires a visit each year. No one does high-style computer enclosures like InWin, but that isn’t the whole story as they offer a number of power supplies and cooling options, as well.

Let’s check out some of what’s new – virtually.

The Nebula N127 Enclosure

This new mid-tower enclosure comes on the heels of the N515 launch in December, and features a high-airflow design with a steel mesh front panel as well as the company’s familiar honeycomb vents on the back side panel.

InWin Nebula N127

The Nebula name refers to upper portion of the front panel, above the steel mesh section, which InWin describes as follows:

The front panel of N127 is filled with a myriad of ARGB shimmering, shining stars. This lighting effect, referred to as “Nebula”, will provide users with spectacular luminous visual aesthetics. Gaze into the reals of Nebula!

There is support for six fans (one InWin Luna AL120 fan included) and radiators up to 360 mm in length, with graphics cards up to 370 mm (anti-sag support provided) and PSUs up to 200 mm are supported. Font panel connectivity includes one USB 3.2 Gen2x2 Type-C port and two USB 3.2 Gen1 Type-A ports, and there is easy access to the component chamber via a quick-release side panel removal button.

The B1 Mesh Enclosure

InWin announced the B1 Pure small form-factor enclosure back in October, and that version combined a white body with a top cover made of real wood. The latest version in this tiny case series is the B1 Mesh, which (as the name indicates) features “an airflow-centric mesh cover”.

InWin B1 Mesh SFF Enclosure

“Featuring a beautifully curved design, the tiny B1 is a desk showpiece whether standing vertically or horizontally. The outer rings encircle the chassis except the rear IO, cleverly hiding the ventilation areas.

The B1 Mesh measures 11.9 inches long, 9.4 inches wide, and 4.3 inches tall, and supports mini-ITX motherboards. There is clearance for CPU coolers up to 60 mm in height, with a single 80 mm fan (included) providing additional airflow via a side mount. The B1 Mesh offers a pair of 2.5-inch internal drive bays, and offers a single USB 3.2 Gen 1 port – along with the usual audio ports – on the front. Last but not least, a 200W InWin power supply is provided (80 Plus Gold, no less).

P-Series White PSUs

InWin’s P-series power supplies feature 80 Plus Gold efficiency and a 5-year warranty, and now these PSUs (models P65, P75 and P85) have a new white finish available.

InWin P Series White PSU

The P-series provides low noise output, great efficiency and are all-modular, flat cable designs that makes this PSU series the optimal choice for most PC builds.

Specifics on pricing and availability were not provided, but expect these new products in the usual retail channels in the near future. You can also check out more of InWin’s recent product announcements on their news site, linked here.

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1 Comment

  1. BigTed

    That B1 would looks quite nice actually. Would be perfect for a lounge PC, especially paired with one of those RDNA2 Ryzen APUs. Just needs to be quiet.


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