In usual BitFenix flare, the packaging consists of black screen printing on a plain cardboard box. Of course, the BitFenix logo is large and in charge. At the bottom we find the Phenom Mini-ITX naming, and below that we see the BitFenix web address.
With a small logo, and the chassis name above the handle, it offers a bit of room to see the front and top of the chassis in a rendering in the middle. This leaves room at the bottom for the specifications chart.
On the back we find three printed drawings of the chassis with mention of the SofTouch, USB 3.0 connectivity, 330mm GPU support, and that it comes with the removable and reversible FlexCage.
With all of the bases covered for what we should expect to see inside, there is room left on this side of the box for the small stickers at the bottom that show the chassis part number, and what color chassis is inside the box. Another thing we noticed that you cannot tell from images is this chassis is considerably heavier than the Prodigy.
With such a small chassis to begin with, being wrapped in a liner is expected, and this will help protect the paint and the SofTouch coating. The Styrofoam end caps are very thick, and really dense. All of this protective packaging delivers the Phenom Mini-ITX chassis to us in pristine condition.
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