The top of the box offers the Reeven name at the top right, with the Four Eyes Touch name in a very stylized script. We then see the fan controller near the bottom, with iconography under it denoting the touch controls, four channels, seven color options, and 30W of power per channel.
The thinner sides of the box are also good sources of information. This one shows the location of the temperature, fan speed, the temperature shift and mute button, the settings bar, and the color shift button locations on the face of the Four Eyes. To the right, it shows that it can be not only purple, but blue, green, yellow, light blue/white, pink, and red as well.
This side panel offers the Reeven name and logo, but repeats the touch, four channel, 30W per, and the seven color options we saw on the top.
Spinning the box again, we run into a multi-lingual specifications chart. Across the chart are the names of the specifications in seven total languages, and to the right are the specifics to that term.
The last of the thin sides offers us an items list, or what else besides the controller comes in the box. Here it is explained that there are four fan cable leads, five sensor cables for temperatures, and screws. We also are given a small sheet of stickers to help set the thermal probes and keep them in place.
On the back, it looks much like the top does with the fancy naming and striping. The bulk of this panel offers a list of cautionary statements to make sure you don't try to melt down the fan controller or your computer.
Inside of this box, the controller is wrapped in plastic and then set into a compartment surrounded by dense foam. The accessories and paperwork are separated and allowed this controller to make a long journey here and still show up in great shape.
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