Keeping the packaging simple to help save costs, the front panel of this packaging is not only done on plain brown cardboard, but the design is kept simple as well. Here, we are only given the company name and logo at the top right, a larger logo at the left, and the website address at the bottom.
Spinning the box to the left, we now see the right side panel. BitFenix placed their name and logo at the top, just above the Ronin naming. Near the bottom is a look at a rendering of the front and top of the chassis, with a very small specifications chart provided last.
The back is where you will find most of what BitFenix wants you to know about the Ronin. It covers the SofTouch, interchangeable mesh inserts, side window, room for longer VGAs, and water cooling readiness, along with a peek at the stealth cover inside; most of the features are addressed.
The last panel on the packaging offers the BitFenix name and logo, along with the Ronin naming at the top. As you move down, there is the rest of the logo from the front panel, and at the bottom is a sticker with the model and serial numbers for this chassis.
Inside of the box the chassis is centered in Styrofoam end caps that do most of the protecting while this chassis is on the way to your door. Under that is a layer of plastic that keeps the foam from messing with the paint, or the SofTouch coating. The window did have plastic clinging to the outside, but the inside is left without. The tried and trusted method across the industry has done very well, and the Ronin is in perfect shape.
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