One of the larger panels offers red trim on a white box, showing the PM01 in black, trailed with red flames. We are told this is a Primera Series chassis, which it is a "pioneering computer case with exceptional style and functionality, as well as being offered the site address along the bottom.
Company information and an angled look at the back of the chassis, near the top starts off this side panel. Below that, there are charts of the special features in ten languages other than English.
On the second larger panel, we see exactly what was offered on the opposing panel, just that this time, there is a white chassis, and the accents are blue this time. This allows SilverStone to use the same packaging for all three versions, keeping the cost in the chassis, not the box.
The last panel on the side of the packaging starts off with a look at the case's cooling at the top. There is then an introductory statement about the Primera Series and why you should want one. If that doesn't sway you, the features are listed below that, and the specifications chart shows just what is possible with the PM01.
Unlike with standard mid-tower packaging, the Styrofoam is on the front and the back of the PM01. This allows them to better protect the front bezel and the plastic top panel in transit. Both sides of the window are covered in plastic, and a bag wraps the entire chassis to keep the paint in good shape. As for this Primera PM01, it showed up at our door safe and sound, and ready to be put on display.
PRICING: You can find the SilverStone Primera PM01 ATX Mid-Tower Chassis for sale below. The prices listed are valid at the time of writing, but can change at any time. Click the link below to see real-time pricing for the best deal:
United States: The SilverStone Primera PM01 ATX Mid-Tower Chassis retails for $110 at Amazon.
United Kingdom: The SilverStone Primera PM01 ATX Mid-Tower Chassis retails for £100 at Amazon UK.
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