Our HUE+ showed up in a box that has a rendering to the left turning into the full-fledged image that is covering most of the front panel. The bottom shows us the HUE+ Advanced PC Illumination naming, and to the right of it is an icon for the CAM software.
Put forth in four languages on this side, we are given a list of features. This includes the amount of LEDs, modes and options, use of CAM software, ease of installation, and that that is just the tip of the iceberg of choices.
At the top of the back panel we are given a brief description of the HUE+, and they we get right to the images. On the left is a look at one of the CAM software control windows, and the three smaller ones are used as they point out the modes and options again. Then across the bottom are icons, again covering the features we have addressed.
Continuing where the other side panel left off, on this side of the packaging, we are delivered the features in four more languages.
NZXT did not skimp on the inner packaging either. We find the device in its box accompanied by the LED strips wrapped around it. Below that is the hardware box where you find the wiring and other goodies sent along with the HUE+. In this instance, the packaging is perfect in and out, and out HUE+ showed up ready, willing, and able.
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United States: The NZXT HUE+ Advanced PC Illumination LED Controller retails for $60 at Amazon.
United Kingdom: The NZXT HUE+ Advanced PC Illumination LED Controller retails for Â£60 at Amazon UK.
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