In-Win does keep the box somewhat plain looking, nothing to fancy or flashy. We get the name, and a picture of the front of the GRone full-tower chassis. Both front and rear panels of the box are exactly the same.
Rotating the box 90° right brings us to the general features of the GRone.
Since the back and front panels look identical, I spun the box 180° to the final side of the box. Here In-Win prints the general specifications of the GRone chassis.
Once we open up the packaging that incases the GRone from In-Win, we can see that this chassis follows the more traditional style; but, instead of using standard Styrofoam end caps In-Win uses a foam rubber for the end caps.
Time to look at what gets included as accessories with the GRone chassis; In-Win places all of the above contents into a zip lock style bag that can be reused on the accessories that we are not going to be using. In-Win also categorizes each accessory in its own individual zip lock baggy. These include:
What the In-Win GRone chassis looks like once it has been removed from the confines of the packaging.