Becoming more and more typical from manufacturers is the plain brown box with black screen printing to help save on overall costs. There is the pair of logo's one large and one small, both placed over the Shinobi Window or Shinobi check boxes and the web address.
Spinning the box to the right you are greeted with a stylized Shinobi name, and image of the top and front of the chassis, and a full list of specifications.
The back of the box shows both the external and internal differences between the Shinobi and Shinobi Window. Around the images BitFenix covers five key features of this design.
Ignore the Fed Ex instructions; I couldn't entirely remove the plastic without destroying the panel. Under the Shinobi name you have yet another set of check boxes as to which of the two cases are inside along with the bar code and part number sticker.
Styrofoam top and bottom caps are used in conjunction with a plastic liner to keep the chassis safe from any accidental drops and vibrations during its trip. It obviously works well, my sample arrived in excellent condition.
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