For the investment, we do not even get a fancy looking box. The Orbit-Z1 is shipped in a plain cardboard box, where on the front panel, we see a rendering of the case along with the company and product name. We also see that while Rosewill is based in California, the case is made in China.
Iconography tops the side panel, just above the handle to carry the box around. All the way down at the bottom, we see two boxes, one with technical information and the second with the chassis name and bar code.
The back of the box is identical to what we saw on the front, except this side appears to have had a rougher trip than the other. We would have liked some features or something on the back, but Rosewill stuck to the essentials.
Down to every last detail, the side panels are identical too. No effort made to add anything, no specs, no features, nothing but what we already saw.
To be blunt, we do find it strange that this light chassis did not use Styrofoam caps on both ends. Instead, Rosewill opted for dense open celled foam, cut and glued to fit the chassis, with a plastic bag inside of it to protect the paint and side window. This particular Orbit-Z1 was delivered in excellent shape, though.
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- Page 3 [Rosewill Orbit-Z1 Mid-Tower Chassis]
- Page 4 [Inside the Orbit-Z1]
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