The box for the Thrio 310 is very much on the plain side. This, however, is not a bad thing. Truth be told, I am a fan of the less is more approach. Nexus has gone with this approach resulting in a highly successful finished box design. The Front of the box contains nothing more than the name of the manufacturer: Nexus, The name of the case: Thrio 310 and its two most important features: Toolless installation and noise absorption material on the side panels.
Both sides of the box contain the same chart of beneficial information. The Thrio 310 can fit ATX and micro-ATX form-factor motherboards. It has three (3) external 5.25” drive bays and eight (8) internal 3.25” drive bays all with tool less installation. The Thrio 310 comes with one (1) pre-installed 120mm rear exhaust fan with the option of adding three (3) 120mm fans should the end user wish to do so. There are a total of seven (7) PCI Expansion slots and the front ports consist of one (1) USB 3.0 port, two (2) USB 2.0 ports, and one (1) pair of microphone and headphone jacks. Lastly, the dimensions of the Thrio 310 are 468 x 180 x 430mm (DxWxH) which definitely put it in the smaller end of the mid-tower category of PC cases.
On a final note, the Thrio 310 came packaged with the standard two giant chunks of Styrofoam and plastic bag over the case to keep it protected from shipping damages and dust. The box had very little damage to it which is always a good sign. Also, the Thrio 310 has to be the lightest PC case I have ever handled. I grabbed it with one hand planning on dragging it into my home only to have found myself carrying it like it was an empty box. So thrown by its lack of weight, I immediately tore open the box just to make sure the case was in there. Rest assured it was and I was officially amazed at how light the Thrio 310 turned out to be.