The primary front side of the box is like what we have seen on other H series chassis from NZXT. Their packaging style is quite chic with a clean aesthetic, the brand name, the product, and the product name. Any marketing data must deal with being a small entry at the very bottom to afford the clean overall look. This is quite the relief compared to getting your eyes blasted with various feature icons and marketing blurbs that may or may not even be applicable to your needs or use case.
Rotating the package ninety degrees, we see the five selected key features or talking points of the H1 along with two languages translated of these points. Then we have a fully clad, along with an image of a mockup assembled H1 below. The bottom rounds out with the inventory control label.
Rotating another ninety degrees, and we see the H1 naming moved up top along with the lightly colored marketing text below it. Now the case profile has been changed for a top-down quarter angle shot, which shows the I/O and tempered glass along with the vented sides. This is probably one of the strongest images showing a lot of what the H1 is about in a single shot.
The final ninety-degree rotation shows the side of the packaging, which has the specs table. Here we also see the marketing language flanking the name above in full brilliance. Below the spec table, we find the feature bullet list in eleven languages, including English. The bottom once again is rounded out by the inventory control label.
Pulling the box from the H1 shows it comes wholly encased in a polystyrene style soft foam shell. Inside that shell, the chassis is in a plastic bag to further help protect the case surfaces. The main glass panel also has a plastic cling film in place, which helps protect the glass panel from any sort of abrasion or damage during shipping.
Last updated: Apr 7, 2020 at 12:34 pm CDT