Don’t want your casing to look like everybody else’s casing? Well, the Lian Li T1 spider casing is certainly not your average casing, as it looks very much like a four-legged spider. In reality it’s an open-air test bench, allowing you to quickly assemble and disassemble mini-ITX systems, particularly useful when benchmarking hardware. Despite its weird design, it still allows you to fit in a mini-ITX motherboard, 5.25-inch slim CD-ROM drive, 3.5-inch hard drive and an ATX power supply unit. Regardless of whatever computer guts you cram into this; it’s going to be eye-catching. It’ll be going for $149 from May 21st in black, though there is also a red version going for $170.