While In Win does use plain cardboard to send the chassis to your door, the first thing we notice is that they ship the 509 on its side. On the panel, which we are calling the front of the box, we see the 509 E-ATX chassis name in the center, with the tagline and site address in fine print below it.
The specifications are shown on the left edge of this panels, and there are six features listed across the top. The rest of the panel is used to display the chassis name again, above part of the In Win logo.
This could very well be the front of the box, but nevertheless; the panel is used just to display the In Win name and logo.
The last of the exterior panels has the chassis name and features listed on the left. The right side of it is used to mark which version of the chassis is inside and is confirmed on the product information sticker.
Inside of the box, we find our 509 wrapped in a black cloth bag to protect the finished and keep the glass from getting scratched. Rather than using solid caps at the top and bottom of the chassis, In Win opts to use smaller chunks on all of the corners. The level of protection is perfect, and we found no issues or blemished with the 509; it is in perfect condition.
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