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Enermax Hoplite ST Mid-Tower Chassis Review - Packaging

Enermax is back again in the labs with its Hoplite ST Mid-Tower case. It might have wished it never entered.

| Mid-Tower Cases in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Nov 17, 2012 1:36 pm
TweakTown Rating: 69%      Manufacturer: Enermax

Packaging

 

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The packaging is basic to keep costs down, even as far as to show that this is for the Hoplite series of cases. It shows that there is an ECA3260 Series chassis inside, but you have to look a little farther to see which of the two variations you are holding.

 

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On the right of the packaging it shows that there are four versions of this chassis. I believe the first two on the list are solid door models, while the ECA3261-B I received is the black version with a window.

 

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On the back they show the same exact thing we found on the front. You are going to need to search the web in the store or ask someone to open the box if you want a look at what is inside besides the light blue rendition of the front of the Hoplite ST.

 

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Enermax at least allows you to read about what is contained in the box. This list of specifications should give buyers a good idea if this chassis will at least accommodate your hardware requirements.

 

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To protect the chassis, Enermax puts static cling plastic on the window, and then wraps the entire chassis sin a plastic liner. Once that is all bundled up, the use Styrofoam on the top and bottom to protect the chassis from transit damage.

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