The front or main section of the packaging has an opaque black print with inverse printing. It shows the Lian Li logo, the Chassis TU150 name, and the mini-ITX designation. The tagline of the chassis is 'redefining portable.' The chassis is also visualized with the same box color non printed surface showing the basic outline of the case and an opaque or blacked out view where the window resides.
Rotating the packaging, we find the first of the thin sides, which only has a Lin Li logo and the name designation. Along with this, toward the bottom, we have the printed URL for the Lian Li website.
The opposing larger side of the packaging, we see an almost mirror image with the inverse printed information. The main difference here would be the window of the TU150 now showed through to the interior revealing just a bit of the lower fan mounting and rear fan and expansion slot openings.
The final of the thin sides of the TU150 packaging would be the side with all of the part numbers and UPC/EAN information. They also have any fragile and moisture warnings to warn shippers to be careful.
The TU150 once pulled from the box is wrapped in a plastic bag and encapsulated in hard Styrofoam end caps to keep it in one piece during travel. Once removed the window had plastic cling film covering the exterior of the glass panel. The accessories kit and manual were on the outside of the Styrofoam end caps to ensure you saw it first when unpacking.