Inwin’s mid-tower Gundam has a large front door equipped with several illumination effects, which also covers the drive slots behind it. The door mounts are somewhat wonky, and the front door is made out of cheap plastic, but Inwin has put a lot of thought into the interior. Many system fans come pre-installed. In addition to the common ones on the front and back of the case, the Gundam has two additional fans installed so that they blow toward the motherboard and the graphics cards. These fans can be folded down to make hardware installation easier.
Although the interior is tight, there is enough room for ATX and µATX hardware, and long graphics cards fit into the steel case without a problem. The mounting cage for the hard drives is rotated by 90 degrees, which simplifies installation and wiring of the hard drives. The 3.5 inch drives are mounted onto two rails that support and decouple the drives from the case.