The Falcon package is a lot like what we found on the G.Skill Titan. The front of the box is not very informative but it does show the product name and gets a little branding in.
On the back you can see some general specifications for the drive, but on the bottom right side we find some specific product claims and capacity information.
The drive is held securely in place in the inner shell that is made of foam. This is a direct carry over from G.Skill's earlier SSDs and is very effective at securing the drive.
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