The packaging for the Meteor XR is nothing all that special. Plain cardboard and black screen printing are used to drive home the information provided. To the left is a rendering of the front bezel of the Rosewill Meteor XR, and the last thing to mention is that the case is made in China.
The next panel starts with icons at the top on how to handle and treat the package at the top. Moving past the shipping sticker, we can see a sticker applied by Rosewill. In it, there is information as to the product, quantity, size, and weight of the box.
Aside from the tiny white sticker near the center of the panel, the back of the box is identical, in what is displayed on this panel, as to what we saw on the front.
The side panels are also the same just that this time the shipping label is not present. Limiting the money put into packaging is great, as it allows Rosewill to put the money elsewhere, in things we can use, not throw away shortly after the build process.
Inside of the box, we did find plastic stuck to both sides of the tempered glass panel before the chassis is bagged. Once that is done, the chassis is set into thin Styrofoam end caps, and we can see that the top one got broken in transit. The packaging may have broken, but it did not fail, which allowed the Meteor XR inside to arrive without a mark on it.
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