Box and Bundle
The Spinerex comes in a rather lovely looking box, with a nice shot of the case in action, as looked on from above. You can see there’s a nexus of glowing blue energy (a.k.a. LED fans) resting just under the top of the case, as well as a rather nice range of USB ports, an e-SATA port and two audio connections.
On the rear of the box, you’ll find another collection of graphics explaining the features on offer, including lighting controls and blue / red LED fans pretty much everywhere. There are also smaller diagrams below, explaining various benefits of the system: a sliding top cover, a flip-open front, rails for easy drive installation, thumbscrews for expansion cards, openings for water cooling and loads more.
The side of the box contains the specifications:
The next side of the box includes the dimensions once again, as well as specifying this particular unit as the ECA5010M-B-B with the Black Interior.
Now let’s see what’s inside the box!
Oooh, there’s a computer tower in there. There’s also a fairly decent bundle hidden inside the tower itself. You get a user’s manual, screws of all kinds for easing installation, some cable-routing plastic things, and what appear to be some Enermax-branded racing stripes, which roll up for cable management also.