In-Win has gone with a more military theme at CES, previously hinted upon with products such as the Ammo 2.5" external. Several exciting custom paint jobs we're shown on exisiting cases, such as the Maelstrom, including a sharp desert camo Cobra theme. They also had a line of home theater PCs featuring mini-ITX motherboards and a gem finish. such as the Diva. They also showcased a rear monitor mount for the media PC's, completely hiding them from view.
The O-Ring was one of the more intriguing products, which is exactly as it sounds: a silicon ring. However, this purpose goes beyond sealant; the ring will form to your 2.5" external drive to help protect the drive and keep from contact scratches. The O-Ring also has a built-in USB transfer, so if you accidently leave it behind, you're still covered.
In-Win also had a few micro-ATX gaming chassis to show off, as well as some tower cases including the Griffin, the Ironclad, and the Fanqua.
Another very cool addition was the Metal Soul, a 2.5" enclosure similar to the Ammo (RFID key required for access), but with a slick metal skull theme.