The Colossus Mini-ITX comes in packaging we are very used to from BitFenix. They were one of the first to go with the brown cardboard packaging with black printing of things like the logo, chassis name, and any other bits to highlight things like a web address.
On this side we get the first real concept of the chassis inside via the rendering placed above a similar specifications chart to the one we just discussed.
The back delivers the naming first at the top. Below you will find three renderings of the chassis from various angles as text points out five features on or in this design.
The last panel also offers the name of the chassis, but is used for housing a couple of stickers. The bottom sticker also shows that we have a Colossus Mini-ATX in black, but I can assure you this is a mini-ITX only chassis.
Even though the lower Styrofoam cap was broken, the pair of them did their job diligently as the chassis inside of them and the plastic liner suffered no damage from the trip. We would much rather the packaging took the hit and saved the product, and with this that is exactly what happened.
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