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Friday, 10 September 2010 11:20

Lancool PC-K62R Red Dragon reviewed - Packaging

Written by Muamer Odobasic
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Review: Red for the win
 

Packaging

Red Dragon comes in a nice black box that features many pictures and details detailing the case. It’s not too large and you can easily carry it. The case weighs in at 9.55kg and our model is PC-K62R.

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Below the large picture on the front of the box is the series of smaller ones, which detail some more specific points that make this case worth your while.

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The side shows two smaller pictures which show the two available versions of this case – the one with a side-window and the one without.

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Lancool secured the case with Styrofoam and wrapped the case in nylon, meaning the package can take a beating and your case will still be delivered in mint condition.

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With the case you’ll get a fan controller, PSU fastening mechanism, 3 types of screws, an MB-warning speaker (buzzer), two plastic cable brackets, one 3-pin Molex adapter, self-adhesive rubber for mounting HDDs and an installation manual.

 

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