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NZXT M59 Classic Series Mid Tower Chassis - Packaging

The M59 is a Mid Tower chassis that offers quite a list of features. Let's test the old adage and see if good things still come in small packages.

| Mid-Tower Cases in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Mar 1, 2010 12:24 am
TweakTown Rating: 91%      Manufacturer: NZXT

The Packaging


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The Classic series M59 from NZXT has a nice image of the front of the chassis backed in all black. Cool, Clean and Black refer to what most buyers have in mind when looking to buy. The chassis is capable of adding fans, keeping things tidy, and my favourite, all black throughout.


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Both side panels are the same, light blue, with a features list. They repeat this same list three more times in multiple languages.


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The rear of the packaging again has a features checklist, but this time there are a couple new images of the M59 to use as reference as you check off the features. At the bottom right corner they highlight a 2.5" adapter included in the chassis to mount a SSD.


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Inside the box you will find your M59 shipped with Styrofoam ends keeping the plastic liner in place. The window on this chassis ships with a heavy static film to protect it during shipping. There are also a couple of these found on the front bezel's shinier plastic bits.


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