Lian Li ships the minuscule PC-TU200 in a compact full color cardboard box. Both the larger sides hold the same information, with an image of the chassis itself and a plane taking off in the background. Apparently Lian Li considers this cool enough to take on a journey. The details and specifications can be viewed on the side of the package.
Two foam spacers hold the chassis in place, with a heavy duty plastic back further protecting it from scratches and fingerprints.
You will receive three bags with screws, special rails and a basic USB 3.0 to 2.0 adapter with the case. Having seen this adapter before, the pins are a bit too thick for the standard 20-pin USB 3.0 plug, making it hard to connect the two. It would be great to see a sturdier adapter within the package - like the one virtually every other manufacturer uses. The usual set of papers - a manual and a little pamphlet with Lian Li products rounds up the extras within the box.