Even though the plain cardboard box delivers a minimalist approach to packaging, we do see three important things here. First of all, we see the In Win logo to tell us who makes it, and we also see the 101 product name. The hexagonal shapes on the left may initially just look like package styling; it is a nod to the ventilation offered in the right-side panel of this chassis.
Moving to the thinner side panel of the box, we see that the sticker is found in the Black box, but there are white ones, and Others leaves room for options which may come later. Styling, detail-oriented design, versatile cooling options, top PSU mounting, and extra GPU support are all listed as features, with a specifications chart and renderings of features and included bits end what is shown on this side.
The back of the box is identical in every way to what we found on the front of the box.
The last of the exterior panels deliver the company name, logo, tag-line, and site address at the top. In the middle is a sticker which has where the case was shipped from, what is in the box, the color of it, as well as a couple of barcodes for company use. The bottom has four icons on how to handle the package while in transit.
Inside of the box, we find that the In Win 101 is wrapped inside of a clear plastic bag, which protects the paint and glass from being scratched. The front and back of the chassis are where In Win opts to put the Styrofoam caps to protect the chassis from being crushed or when heavy items are set on top of it and worked perfectly to deliver us a flawless example of the In Win 101 Mid-Tower Chassis.
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- Page 2 [Packaging]
- Page 3 [In Win 101 Mid-Tower Chassis]
- Page 4 [Inside the 101]
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