That packaging for the Array R2 was just the first indication of the cases size. UPS gave the box a beating during shipping but hopefully everything is still in good shape. The box has a picture of the case on the front of is and has a short list of the Array R2’s features listed next to the picture. Around on the back side there is a specification listing (that is covered by our shipping label) and a picture of the back of the Array R2 showing what you couldn’t see in the picture on the front.

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Inside the case is safe and sound and wrapped up in a plastic bag to prevent any scratches or finger prints. To keep it safe a plastic foam is used on each end. This foam is more flexible than Styrofoam and won’t break when it’s tossed around like what our case went through.

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Along with the case the accessories for the Array R2 are limited to a power cord, screws, and a few wire management clips and zip ties.

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garfi3ld replied the topic: #21701 20 Dec 2011 22:03
A Mini ITX Case from Fractal
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THUMPer replied the topic: #21703 20 Dec 2011 23:16
Wow awesome...To bad I have no use for it now...
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chadkirchner replied the topic: #21706 20 Dec 2011 23:41
Love this case; when I build a server this will be the winner I think!

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