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IN WIN Dragon Slayer Micro-ATX Chassis - Packaging

Only just hitting the floor at Computex, TweakTown gets an early look at the Dragon Slayer from IN WIN.

| Other Cases in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Jun 1, 2010 3:04 pm
TweakTown Rating: 88%      Manufacturer: IN WIN

The Packaging

 

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In all black the Dragon Slayer gets wrapped. This highlights the images of the chassis in the bottom left corner and the graphic illustration of the slayer and dragon above.

 

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Features such as cable management, air filters, a tool-free design and room for two graphics cards of 320mm length are all listed on this side.

 

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This side has a Plaque at the bottom with the Dragon Slayer name and it almost looks like the chassis is jumping out of the fire.

 

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The last side is where IN WIN has supplied a list of the specifications. At the bottom, once this chassis goes retail, there will be stickers for barcodes and compliances.

 

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The case is wrapped in a bag that warns of the choking hazard to small children, but is there to keep the chassis safe, not for your three year old to wear as a hat. Around the bag, on both ends, there are molded Styrofoam caps; all of which got the Dragon Slayer to my house in excellent condition.

 

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