The front of the box for the H200i is simple, like we have seen on other NZXT models. It is a color box which offers a stylized shot of the top corner I/IO of an H210 series chassis, then has the name and model size.
The first of the smaller sides show cam software control for the 'i series' of chassis. The box also explains the 'more modern' I/O layout as previously mentioned as it now offers a front panel Type-C connector. Lastly, the 'still beautiful' moniker with the massive open design thanks to the tempered glass main panel.
The opposing side expanse shows a full build H210i with optional components (obviously). Once again notates the model name and size. Then, of course, we have the brand name and warning that tempered glass should be handled with care to avoid breaking it.
The final smaller side we see carries a spec sheet similar to the one we listed on the previous page. We also have five bullet-pointed features to entice customers to adopt the H210i. Things such as the new smart controller with more LED channels, Faster MSU, etc. Along with the adoption of the higher Speed USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-C port on the front panel and other features we have mentioned already. Here is where you will also find the Labels for UPC, MPN and others all in the lower white box.
The chassis comes in a plastic bag and shrouded by two hard Styrofoam end caps. The window had a film on the outer layer but not internally. This is not an issue to me as all of the internal cables and parts were well tied so they could not damage the window internally.