To start things off, we are looking at one of the two larger panels. On this side of the box, we get an image of the chassis zoomed right in, cutting off most of the design. However, we can see part of the front, the entire I/O panel, the top, the left side, and the colored ventilation channels which run around both sides of the case.
Contrasting the white panels, this side of the box is done blue. On it, we see mention of the CAM software, what it will offer, and a look at the application in Windows. At the bottom, we get to see inside of the chassis and also get a look at the wire management details above the sticker denoting the color combination found inside of the box.
The second large panel offers most of the chassis in view. We also see NZXT has packed the chassis with an AIO for both the CPU and GPU, as well as using their own ATX motherboard for a bit of perspective as to what is possible. We also see the company and product names, but there is also a caution stamp applied due to the tempered glass used on the chassis.
The last side of the box shows us a specifications chart much like the one we already covered. Below that are lists of six features delivered in various languages, and just in case you missed it, this side also shows what color model of the H700i is inside.
Ensuring the chassis gets to your door in superb condition like ours did, NZXT first puts plastic on the glass, and then wraps the chassis in a plastic liner to protect all of the various finishes. That is all taken and put inside of thick, dense, foam caps, which takes the big hits and drops, keeping the chassis square and intact for use.
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