Keeping things simple, Azza chooses to ship the Nova CSAZ-8000 in a plain cardboard box, using screen printing to deliver the information. On this larger panel, we see a large image of the chassis off to the left side, and a large dark corner at the bottom right, which also is where the site address is offered.
Spinning he box around a bit, we then run into this side panel. At the top are three versions of this chassis listed, with the CSAZ-8000B marked as what will be found inside of it. The rest of this panel is taken up with a large specifications chart that matches what we have just covered on the previous page.
We did say Azza kept the packaging simplistic. When we get to the back panel of the packaging, we find that it is an exact duplicate of everything we found on the front panel.
Sticking to that simplistic trend even the side panels are an identical match to each other. Azza at least made sure to check the appropriate box on both sides so that you don't have to fumble with this large box in the store to find out which of the three versions is inside.
Thick, dense foam is used on the top and bottom of the chassis to ensure any major bumps or drops of this chassis on the way to your door has little to no effect on the case inside of it. There is also a plastic liner wrapped around the chassis to protect the paint. Taking it a step further, the window, as well as any of the shiny plastic on the bezel and top of the chassis, are also protected with a second layer of plastic. All of this effort shows its worth, as our Azza Nova 8000 arrived in perfect condition to be reviewed.
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