titleWe have seen a lot of In-Win products both through our office here at LanOC and as raffle prizes for the LanOC events. With the upcoming LanOC 12.0 we were in the market for a portable solution for our router, one that wasn’t built in haste on a late night in the middle of our last LAN like our current router. Intel had already provided a mini ITX motherboard and a half height network card that needed a home so we started our search there. We came across the BP655 from In Win that fit the bill perfectly. They were kind enough to supply us with a new home for our new router, now join as and see how this case sizes up (pun intended) to the competition.

Product Name: In Win BP655

Review Sample Provided By: In Win

Written By: Brennon

Pictures By: Wes


Case Size

S.F.F Slim Chassis (Ultra Small Form Factor)

External Drive Bay

5.25’’ x 1

Internal Drive Bay

3.5’’ HDD (1’’) x 1

3.5’’ HDD (0.8’’) x 1

Front Ports

USB 2.0 x 2, HD Audio

Dimension (H x W x D)

w/o Front Panel

264 x 100 x 310 mm (8.2L)

10.4’’ x 3.9’’ x 12.2’’

M/B Form Factor


I/O Expansion Slots

Low Profile Card Slot x 1

Power Supply

Standard TFX 12V, 200W


Meets RoHS, CE and FCC Class B Requirements


Padlock Loop / Kensington Slot


IEEE 1394

eSATA / USB 2.0 x 2 (at Rear Panel w/ Module)

Chassis Intrusion Switch

Screw-less ODD Bay Clips

Screw-less Top Cover Clips

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