Packaging is basic in its form, using plain cardboard, they then print the information on it, we can see on the front. Along with a large rendering of the chassis off to the left, the right side tells us that this is the "clear" choice in cases, and goes on to explain why. Near the bottom, we find the product name, and it is repeated, but with its class of mid-tower case, included.
On this side of the packaging, above the carry handle, we see a sticker denoting we have the black, window version, of this chassis. In the middle are three specifications charts, and at the bottom are renderings of the front and inside of the 400C.
The chassis name and an exploded diagram of the Carbide 400C are found at the top, on the back panel. Below the thick black line, there are descriptions of the seven things pointed out with letters, in the exploded rendering above it.
The last side of the packaging is nearly identical to the opposing side. The only difference found here, is that the three specifications charts are offered in three different languages this time.
We found plastic clinging to the inside and outside of the large window, and the entire chassis is wrapped in a layer of plastic. Once that has been done, Corsair uses thick Styrofoam end caps on the top and bottom to protect this chassis fully in transit. All of the efforts is worth it, as out Carbide Clear 400C chassis is in perfect shape for this review.
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United States: The Corsair Carbide Clear 400C Mid-Tower Chassis retails for $112 at Amazon.
United Kingdom: The Corsair Carbide Clear 400C Mid-Tower Chassis retails for £80 at Amazon UK.
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