The box is made from sturdy corrugated cardboard and appears to be strong enough to withstand abuse in transit. As you can see there are areas of the packaging that look like they had a rough voyage. The front side of the box contains an image of the GS-6400 with white lights and smoke effects illuminating the area surrounding the case.
The side contains product features and pictures of the main features. The package sports a pretty impressive feature list but, can they hang with the big boys? Let's crack this puppy open and have look.
Once we remove the contents from their place inside the box we have the traditional high density pieces of Styrofoam on either end of the chassis. Unlike the majority of cases we have looked at Sentey uses a black cotton sac instead of a clear plastic bag to cover the chassis and provide additional protection from scratching during the shipping process.
After unpacking the GS-6400 and looking inside we find a user manual, Sentey product catalog, mini disc, SATA extension cable, e-SATA cable and a small toolkit that contains the mounting accessories required for the system build. Additionally, there is a small cloth to remove finger prints that can build up over time.