Mobility is the theme with Lian Li's packaging of the PC-TU200 and the slogan "redefining portable" leaves no question that this is geared for those on the go. There is a large image of the chassis on the road to the left while the right side has images of six features and an inside look with the 300mm of room shown.
Here the panel starts with the Lian Li logo next to both the silver and black versions of the chassis with boxes to denote which is included. Under the handle in the box Lian Li placed the multi-lingual specifications charts.
Since we are seeing it all again, I can go into more detail. Native USB 3.0, door latches, removable HDD rack, the VGA supports, dust filter and aluminum feet are covered in the smaller images to the right.
As with the front and back of the box, both sides are a copy of each other as well. With a chassis so small, there isn't a whole lot to cover. The thing missing for the average buyer is the CPU and PSU limitations; to me those are important measurements that will be needed at the time of purchase.
Protecting the PC-TU200 inside of the box, Lian Li chose stacks of dense foam to constrict an enclosure for the front and back of the chassis. Inside of the foam, the case is surrounded with a plastic liner that contains the paperwork about the chassis and protects the brushed aluminum finish of the PC-TU200.
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