Micronics does the right thing, and puts the money into the chassis, not some flashy packaging. The Master M400 comes inside of a plain brown box, which has been screen printed with black ink. There is a rendering of the chassis on the left side, and on the right are the name of the chassis, the fragile sticker, and the company name and logo along with addresses.
The right side of the box has the name of the chassis at the top, which is followed by nine cautionary statements in six languages. The statements are simple things for many, but it is good to read it over once, before going any further.
Technically this could be the front, and we got it all reversed, but you can see that this panel is identical to what we called the front of the box.
Had FedEx not put the shipping information over it, you would be looking at a condensed version of the specifications on the last panel of the box. The name of the case is at the top again, and at the bottom, there are boxes to check as to if the mesh or high glossy version is inside.
There is plastic clung to the front of the chassis, and since there are tempered glass side panels, there is plastic stuck to both sides of both panels too. To keep the paint from being scratched, the entire chassis is surrounded in a plastic bag, leaving the Styrofoam caps on the top and the bottom to take on any drops or impacts the chassis may see in shipping. In this instance, all of the packaging did its job, and the M400 is in prime condition to be reviewed.
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