On the front of the packaging there is a lot to take in. There is the SilverStone logo and name and the name of the chassis; the TJ04-Evolution, reinterpretation of an all-time classis. In the middle there is a pair of images so you can see on both sides as well as the front and a bubble showing this is USB 3.0 ready. At the bottom things conclude with a list of nine features.
The special features listed at the bottom of the front panel in English are now repeated on this side in various other languages. The top is used to show both the web address along with the support email address if you are to have any issues or need to find accessories for your build.
On the back, the top repeats some of what we have already seen, but at the bottom we get our first look at the interior. Around the image of the opened chassis there are twelve things that are highlighted by SilverStone that you should take note of when pondering its purchase.
The last remaining panel starts off with a bit about the old TJ04 and ends with what makes the new TJ04-E a superior design that is well worth your money. Once that is completed a large scale list of the specifications finishes off this side of the box.
Removing the cardboard box I found that the TJ04-E is shipped in Styrofoam end caps and is covered in a plastic liner. The window on the side panel has plastic both inside and out for extra protection and the front of the chassis has a thin layer of dense foam to protect the aluminum face. You will also find the hardware box stuffed down the side of the case between the Styrofoam caps.
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