The Riotoro CR480 is shipped inside of a plain cardboard box which uses screen printing to deliver information. We can see the company name at the top, and we see the chassis name on the right, but splitting the two in the corner is the company logo. The majority of the panel contains a look at the chassis inside, and it also describes the case as a mid-tower ATX chassis.
The model and serial number can be found on the tiny white sticker in the top-left corner. Using black as the background on the lower section, we see a bull icon, the Riotoro name, and characters which we will not even attempt to translate, as not to embarrass ourselves.
The back of the box starts out with the names across the top but moves into a section with four renderings in it. It is here is which we see the top view of the chassis, one of the inside, an indication of a couple of fans, and a look at the CR480 from the front. The lower section in black is used for a specifications chart.
The last panel is nearly identical to its opposite side, just that this time the colors have been reversed. At the bottom, we again see the company name, but this is also where they display their web address.
When it comes to the interior packaging of the CR480, Riotoro stuck with what works. The chassis is wrapped up tightly inside of a plastic bag, and to take on the drops, tumbles, and kicks to the box, Styrofoam is used at the top and the bottom. Both the outer and inner packaging did well, as this sample has not a single indication of any damages or blemishes in the finish.
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- Page 2 [Packaging]
- Page 3 [Riotoro CR480 Mid-Tower Chassis]
- Page 4 [Inside the CR480]
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