The packaging is dressed up a fair bit with the shiny coating and full on printing in color. Even so, things are kept basic with the company and product naming along with a single, smaller image of the product.
Here we have twelve feature lists presented in various languages. The points covered here are the contents of the front I/O, the fans offered inside the chassis, the modular bay design for storage, and the options for both liquid cooling systems and dual card setups.
Keeping some of the costs down, we find that the back panel is identical to what we found on the front. The only difference here is that there is no beginning to the red stripe that adorns almost all Thermaltake packaging.
The last panel on the exterior of the packaging offers a full-blown specifications chart. In fact, this is the exact chart we just discussed on the last page, and it is not condensed in any way to make you have the need to visit the site while standing at the store thinking about grabbing this chassis.
On the inside, the chassis is surrounded in an opaque plastic liner to protect the paint and aluminum bits, although the front bezel has extra plastic there to protect it as well. Outside of that, Thermaltake used Styrofoam to keep the chassis from getting poked at through the box, allowing this Urban SD1 to arrive in terrific shape.
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