The packaging is typical to Corsair, using plain cardboard and black screen printing to convey what is inside. On the front panel, there is a rendering of the 270R to the left, while the right side explains what you will find with this design. Then, along the bottom, we are given the chassis name and told that this is a mid-tower case.
Along with more shipping stickers, there are Corsair stickers near the top, where you can find the model and serial number for the 270R, and another which shows the chassis color, and that this one has a window. Three specifications charts run across the middle, and a pair of renderings show the front and inside of the Carbide 270R.
At the back, the name is found along the top this time. It is then followed by an exploded diagram of the chassis, showing off what is in the design, and where, in the chassis, all of these parts can be located. The major components are all marked A through E, and along the bottom, it is explained what each of these parts is.
The last panel looks much like its opposing side, with only one minor difference. While we still get the same renderings at the bottom, the languages in which the three specifications charts are offered are different, totaling six regions this Corsair packaging ships to.
To protect the Carbide 270R in shipping, the first layer is clinging plastic sheets to both sides of the left side window. Outside of that, the entire chassis is wrapped in a clear plastic liner, which keeps dust out, and also keeps the thick Styrofoam caps at the top and bottom from rubbing against the paint. As for this particular chassis, it is in great shape, and ready for its photo session.
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- Page 1 [Introduction, Specifications, and Pricing]
- Page 2 [Packaging]
- Page 3 [Corsair Carbide 270R Mid-Tower Chassis]
- Page 4 [Inside the Carbide 270R]
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