The box is kept simple, using black screen printing on plain brown cardboard. Front and center is a rendering of the chassis, and below it is the name of the product. To the right is the Antec name and where it was designed, and also a cautionary notation that the chassis is fragile due to the use of tempered glass.
The next panel delivers the specifications. There are four lists in various languages, all of which contain the same information we found on the product page.
On to the back of the box, where there is an explanation of why Antec thinks this is the chassis for you, and to the right, some of the features are explained to the user. The bulk of the panel is used for an exploded diagram of the chassis, and the bottom houses the name of the case in bold text.
The last panel is virtually the same as the one on the other side of the box. The main difference is that the specifications charts are now offered in four more languages, ensuring that Antec covers all of their markets. Also, at the bottom, we see a mention of the AQ two-year warranty, and company information, should you run into any problems with the product.
Plastic is sticking to both sides of the tempered glass panel, as well as running down the face of the chassis before it is wrapped up in the plastic liner. Styrofoam is then used at the top and the bottom of the chassis, and has made it to us for testing without any issues.
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