While our Alpha 330 had a harsh and abusive journey to us, there is still enough left of the box to see what is going on. The larger panel seen here may even be the back of the box, but it is nearly identical to the other side. What we find is a shiny black box with bright white test offering the name of the manufacturer at the top-left and the Alpha 330 name across the middle.
The side of the box is more of the shiny black cardboard. This time, we see the name of the chassis across the middle, and near the bottom, the included version of the chassis is noted with a green sticker. We also see a gray circular shape on the left edge, which does not make much sense.
This could very well be the front of the box, as it does display the Lian Li logo in gray near the bottom. Otherwise, we see the company name, the chassis name, and smaller color notations, with white, again being marked.
What we found is that both sides of the box are identical. Seeing the logo on the last panel explains why the gray carries around to this side of the box.
All of the glass gets coated with plastic which needs to be peeled off, and then the entire chassis is put inside of a cloth bag. At the top and the bottom, we see cardboard mostly, but it is used as the backbone to glue high-density foam to, to absorb the abuse this chassis took getting here. Inside of it all, the chassis is in good shape, no paint missing or any major damages to be addressed.
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