Even with lower costs involved, Nanoxia still goes all out on the packaging to attract the eye. The naming at the top is bright green and yellow. The yellow features to the right of the chassis image, and the finishing line at the bottom, again in green, are bound to make you stop and look longer to see what is inside.
Spinning things to the left, we now have a panel that offers two specifications charts. Below that are boxes showing the three versions, and ours has a red sticker placed on white.
The back offers the same header to the panel as the front did, but below we now have six images of various parts of the chassis with basic descriptions of what they are.
The last panel offers the same as the opposing panel. Again the same charts, and again we are marked to have the white Deep Silence 4 inside of the box.
The Deep Silence 4 is shipped inside of thick Styrofoam caps, and they are thick enough to take the weight of this chassis. Inside of those, the chassis is wrapped in a plastic liner to protect the plastic front as well as the matte white paint finish applied to the rest of the chassis. The combination of packaging has again served it well, and allowed this chassis to arrive in top notch condition.
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