The Xigmatek Aquila arrived to our lab in a shiny black cardboard box. There is an image of the black version of the chassis at left, with a list of eleven features to consider when purchasing this off of the shelf.
Looking here, we see both the white and black versions of the Aquila at the top, with a series of check boxes below. These are there to designate which case, and potentially what power supply, comes in the box, and ours is marked white with the window. The bottom is then used to offer the specifications chart.
The back offers eight images to show various key features, and below those are images of the back and inside of the Aquila. The bottom describes that the naming is taken from Latin meaning "the eagle," and shows you where to go to follow Xigmatek on Facebook.
Along with the name and a view of the front looking down on it, we have eight listings of the features that we found on the front of the packaging, this time in many other languages to cover their markets.
Now that the Aquila is out of the cardboard box, we see the tall end caps made of Styrofoam that protect those handles, and make the chassis pretty much shock proof. Under that is a layer of opaque plastic to protect the paint finish, and the window has plastic clung to it to keep that from being scratched as well. This packaging may be simple, but it works very effectively, delivering the Aquila to us in great shape.
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