While FSP is saving money on the packaging, they sure know how to dress up the front of a plain looking box. In large letters down the left side, we can see the name of the chassis and who makes it, but it is the rendering of the chassis flanked by the skeleton warrior that attracted our eyes first.
The right side panel offers the names at the top, along with USB 3.0 support, but the bulk of the panel is used to deliver the specification.
The rendering on the back of the box has the panels removed so that FSP could point out for things. They want to ensure you know about the fans, the PSU cover, the multitude of USB ports, and the side panel window.
The last of the panel is not wasted. Here, FSP covers a list of six features that this smaller mid-tower chassis has to offer.
The window is covered in plastic on both sides, and the entire chassis is covered in a plastic bag. While that is protecting the finishes, thin Styrofoam is used for impact resistance. Due to the lack of weight, more protection is not needed, and our CMT230 arrived ready for images without damage to it.
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