Sentey GS-6000 Optimus Mid Tower Case ReviewWed, Jul 06, 2011 - 12:00 AM
Retail Packaging and Bundle
Sentey, like all other case manufacturers need to package the contents securely. When the box arrived for delivery the cardboard box was definitely a bit beat up. Luckily after opening the package the Sentey GS-6000 Optimus came out without a scratch or any wear. Not bad for 12 pound 14 ounce box.
The front of the box shows two PC cases. One is the featured GS-6000 and the other is the GS-6000R. The box during delivery as mentioned has a nice dent in the middle. This had no ill effect on the case after opening. Also a sticker shows this case is SSD ready. The Sentey Optimus Extreme Division had a graphic at the top center. Sentey’s website is on the bottom right of the case.
The Back side of the case fared better in delivery. Shipping stickers were attached on this side that was removed after delivery was received. One can not believe there any stalking types that read from Legitreviews.com! Anyhow the rest of this side of the box has a simple Sentey Optimus Extreme Division graphic place above another red graphics. The bottom of hte box the customer service numbers and Sentey.com round out the footer. The box top is simple but functional. Sentey once again has its graphic on the top. A handle also pops through for your carrying convenience.
The first side of the box is brief but informative. It has two graphics, one of the GS-6000 the other of the GS-6000R. Below each is a check box to indicate which product is packaged. Below the line items show in both English and German a brief description of the product, expansion, top ports, and cooling features. The footer here shows net weight, gross weight, dimensions, and OEM manufacturing country.
After a turn of the box 180 degrees we see a couple of views of the case. It looks to be only a view of the Optimus GS-6000R on this side. Case measurements are reiterated. A look at component information with a graphic is to follow what is mentioned. Features are list at the bottom in both English and German.
When opening the case the PC case is wrapped in plastic. It is secured in molded Styrofoam. No bumps and no bruises on delivery as mentioned to the contents inside
Accessories include two booklets and a hardware accessory kit. The first booklet is a nice description and instructions for the case. The second booklet has a list and picture of Items Sentey will feature in 2011. Finally the hard ware kit is a small ammount. The just right numbers of screws are wrapped in a plastic bag with a speaker cable and extra slot cover. .