PC towers usually have easily removable side panels for fiddling with the components inside. Gaming PC towers also tend to be garish and outlandish. In Win’s upcoming H-Tower sits in the middle of the spectrum with a functional gimmick.
Unveiled at the 2015 Computex, the H-Tower’s slots and spaces for PC components are mounted to an arm. By pressing a button in front of the case, its outer panels will open up like a flower and the arm will hoist up its innards, offering them for your inspection.
Here’s another angle from Akihabara Hermitage. From what I can tell the arm has two levels of extension, one where the inner housing is tilted and one where the housing is completely horizontal.
In Win will make two color schemes for the H-Tower. The red and black is the ASUS Republic of Gamers edition, while the standard one is titanium and black.