Fancy, flashy PC cases – motorized ones in particular – are usually what we’d expect from InWin at CES or perhaps from a Razer concept. but Cyberpower took on that role this year with its Kinetic series, a case with 18 motorized triangular vents that respond to internal temperatures and open to allow more airflow to your cool air-loving components.

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Cyperpower tells us that the vents are controlled by 18 servos connected to a post and collar inside the chassis, similar to (but obviously more complicated than) how umbrellas work. The general idea is that the vents can be left mostly closed to muffle fan noise and keep more dust out at low temperatures, but open up to more airflow when the temperatures inside your case get more steamy.

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