NZXT sets its market with "LAN ready" followed by five good reasons that the Panzer box is just that. I'd like to thank UPS for covering the product at the top left, but still allowing me to see the frontal image near the bottom.
Looking at the side of the Panzerbox packaging shows NZXT has displayed the specifications against a light blue background in four different languages.
The rear of the package is similar to the front. But this time we do get to peek at the profile of the Panzerbox a bit. The upper right is where NZXT lists the features of this case.
Spinning the box around, once more, shows that NZXT again lists the specs in the same four languages.
Cutting the tape along the top and peeling the flaps back reveal s that NZXT sticks to the Styrofoam top and bottom protective ends. They do a good job of securing and centering the case during shipping. Just in case there is anything loose inside the box, NZXT wraps the case to aid against abrasion, and keep the case weatherproof during transit.
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