With a high gloss, the black background of the front panel almost hides the naming at the top, but does still allow the image of the chassis in the middle to pop out and grab your attention.
Since Phanteks is global, this side offers multilingual listings of nineteen things that will hopefully make you lean towards purchasing the Luxe.
This same list is shown at the top in English, and is followed by images of the illuminated chassis. There is also an image of the front I/O panel and location. There are three larger images of the chassis across the middle for a full view of what you get with the Luxe, and at the bottom, there are four more features described in the smaller images.
As we get around to the last side panel of the packaging, we find the Enthoo Luxe name at the top, which is then followed by a full specifications chart like the one we just addressed. This panel even has the model, color, and warranty period displayed at the bottom.
Inside of the cardboard, we find our Enthoo Luxe to be well packed for transit considering its heavier weight. The top and bottom utilize very thick Styrofoam end caps, and for further protection under it, there is a plastic liner, and additional plastic to protect the pair of windows.
Also, to make sure the front of this chassis takes no bezel damages, there is a thick piece of foam that protects the bezel. Although it may seem excessive, it is all well worth it, as our sample arrived in great condition.
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