As we have seen from many manufacturers, going with the plain brown box with a black ink overlay is the cheapest way to go in packaging, allowing NZXT to put more money into the Tempest 210 inside this packaging.
To the right, the next panel covers the specification of the Tempest 210 and also states this chassis comes with a two year warranty.
On the back there is a full display of the predominant case features. This side covers the mesh that allows for better airflow, the included fans, the tool-less features, the front I/O, and the cable management.
As with many others we have seen, the opposing side panels share the same information. Fed Ex did do a great job with the sticker placement, but the box arrived in pretty rough shape, so I hope everything inside is fine.
Along with the Styrofoam end caps and plastic liner you see here, there were additional pieces of foam stacked along the side panel and across the front of the case to add a bit more protection than usually supplied. So far it seems to have done the job it's intended to.
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