Little has changed with the Platimax packaging. The front offers little aside from wattage, warranty and efficiency.
The back is where everything is at on the box as the sides and top are blank except for logos. The top left gives us our list of features and it hasn't changed any from the MaxREVO 1350 other than the efficiency.
The top right side gives us specifications for the entire high-end Platimax lineup. There are two models (1500W and 1700W) that aren't available in the USA as they require a 220V power grid instead of the 110V we have in the USA.
Moving to the bottom left we find a bit about some of the technology inside the Platimax 1350W. The bottom line is that it all revolves around efficiency.
Finally, we are left with a cable and connector chart that does a great job of showing you exactly what you're going to find when you open the box.
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