The Cryo LX comes backed very well in a cardboard box with a plastic carrying handle. On the packaging there is a large white panel with an attractive design at the left, and an image of the Cryo LX in the silver version on the right.
Both sides are this greyish-green color and simply note that this is the Cryo LX aluminum cooler for power notebooks.
The back of the box holds a full list of features in various languages, as well as giving a few more product images. We can see that this cooler comes in black and silver, as well as being able to fold up for compact portability. They even show the back of the Cryo LX and the USB and power connectivity.
Lifting the lid on the box, you can see that the inner packing is very tight and allows very little room for the cooler and accessories to be able to move around.
While the accessories are shipped under the unit, the Cryo LX is shipped inside of a plastic bag to keep the brushed aluminum finish in good shape. To center the product, just in case the box takes a bit of a beating, the high density foam on both ends did a great job with delivering me a pristine product.
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