SilverStone uses plain cardboard with black print on it to keep costs down on something that is likely to be thrown away. The front panel of this box offers the logo, company name, and motto at the top, with a large rendering of the chassis left of center. The bulk of the room is used for the case name and seven features found in this design.
The side of the box offers the company name in full, the support address, as well as the main site address at the top. Behind the two Fed Ex additions, there are the same seven features we found on the front, but this time listed in ten other languages.
The back of the box has the company and product names at the top, with the bulk of the panel used for the rendered view of behind the motherboard tray. There are eleven features pointed to, and described, around it, pointing out all of the things that should sway you to Team Kublai.
On the last of the panels, we are told the story behind the drive to produce this chassis, and the main features of it. Below that, we then find the specifications chart, which is similar to what we had shown earlier.
There are shiny bits on the chassis which have plastic clinging to them, as the first layer of protection. It is after those are in place that the entire chassis is wrapped in a clear plastic bag, with the paperwork and hardware floating free inside of it. Once those steps are completed, the Kublai KL07 is set into a pair of thin Styrofoam caps. Even though the hardware rubs the chassis in transit, and even with slight damage to the box, the chassis inside is blemish free and square, ready for close examination.
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