The packaging is gray and matches the external color of the chassis. The company name and logo is at the top, above a pair of chassis images, and it has the MasterCase Pro 3 name laid over it. There is also a notation of the FreeForm Modular System, which allows you to customize, adjust, and upgrade the chassis as needed.
The chassis and company naming are found at the top of this thin panel. Below the carrying handle, the bulk of this panel is used to present the image of the chassis showing the front, top, and right side of it.
Naming again flanks the top of the back of the box, but this time, the image below helps to explain the FreeForm Modular System, as it displays a lot of the removable sections and components. The lower section is used to list the chassis features, and this is repeated a total of eight times in various languages.
The last panel offers the technical specifications of the MasterCase Pro 3, and this chart is identical to the one we just went over on the last page. There is some fine print at the bottom which delivers company information, and the notation of this being a PC chassis named the MasterCase Pro 3.
When we opened the top of the box, we were a bit surprised to see gray Styrofoam used to protect the chassis, but we also found the hardware and literature set into a cutout. This way you can check all the hardware against the manual, and gauge if everything is there before you even get to the chassis.
Removing the chassis and its inner packaging, we see a lot of gray. The huge Styrofoam end caps will have no issues protecting the chassis inside of it. Taking things a step further, rather than a plain plastic liner, Cooler Master opts for a thing foam inner layer to protect the paint finish, as well as the large side window from damage. This chassis took a very long voyage to get to us, and the packaging worked so well that we found not one scratch or imperfection in it.
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