The Lexa S comes in a full color box, with an elaborate design in the front. The rear of the package lists the chassis features, while the side goes into greater detail with all the specifications.
NZXT has decided to sandwich the chassis between two fairly thick Styrofoam spacers and further protect it from damage with a thin plastic bag. This should be sufficient for short distance transportation, but you may want to fill the air within the cardboard box with some sort of filler for long distance shipments.
Besides the Lexa S, you will find the mandatory manual in form of a large poster, rails to install hard drives along with plenty of different screws and a 3.5 to 2.5 inch bracket to install two 2.5 inch hard drives within the case. The latter part is a nice touch.