The packaging for the Gravity 6 holds nothing back. A red accent at the top offers the HBT+ name and delivers the Honbontec site address too. The bulk of the panel is made to look like brushed aluminum so that the large image of the chassis blends and pops all at the same time.
The next panel in the revolution of packaging images, we find it to be black. There is the red accent at the top again with naming, but the bulk of the panel is used for the specifications chart.
The other large panel, and possibly the front of the box as well, shows resembles the first panel slightly. While we can still find the company information at the top, we get a much closer view of the Gravity 6, and the "A Modder's Adventure" tagline is also easier to see this time.
The last of the external panels is left in black, but this time covers some of the features. The headings of appearance in style, smart storage, advanced cable management, DIY water cooling friendly, and VR ready and 1080 GTX compatible all allude to what will be found within the Gravity 6.
Even the interior packaging is stepped up slightly with the Gravity 6. While the Styrofoam at the top and bottom of the chassis is of normal thickness, rather than a clear plastic bag, the brushed aluminum surfacing is protected with a foam bag this time.
Along with the fact that both sides of the window are covered in plastic, to help elevate the packaging, HBT+ is printed onto the bag as well. In this instance, everything did its job with flying colors, as our Gravity 6 is in perfect condition for images and testing.
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