Using plain cardboard with black print on top of it undoubtedly saves cost, and allows Corsair to put the money into the chassis. In the center of this panel, we find the Corsair logo with a rendering of the chassis in front of it. At the bottom, we see the full name of the chassis, and that it is a mid-tower gaming chassis.
Moving to the next side of the box, we run into a fragile sticker and another denoting which of the optional cases are inside. Below the handle is a list of specifications in three languages, with a pair of view of the chassis rendered below that.
If the shipping label were not blocking the view, what you would see is an exploded diagram of the Carbide 275R on the back panel. Features are marked A through G, and near the bottom, there are text descriptions of what each of them is.
As we look at the last panel of the packaging, we see the company name and logo at the top, and off-kilter list of specifications, the same renderings from the opposing panel, and the name and type of chassis it is at the bottom.
Corsair took much effort to protect the Carbide 275R. The glass has plastic applied to both sides before it is mounted to the chassis, and then the entire chassis is wrapped in a plastic bag. So far we are protecting the paint and finishes. Then Corsair uses tick dense foam end caps to ensure the bumps and bruises to the box do not make it to the chassis. We also see that they added foam to cover the glass side panel as well, all working together to deliver this chassis in superb condition.
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