The Ammo comes in a plain cardboard box with a black card wrap around it. Although this box may not look particularly appealing, it safely protects the In Win enclosure and also suits the ‘Military’ theme. The front boasts three of the main features and the ‘reddot design award’ that the product won; the rear of the box lists all the features and specifications.
Inside the box are two cardboard sections. On the left, all the accessories are enclosed and on the right, the enclosure is seated.
Included with the enclosure are a user manual, mini screwdriver, USB cable and RFID Tags. These accessories are all which are needed to get the Ammo working. The RFID tags are used to encrypt and decrypt an installed hard drive so that only the person with the tags can access the drive. This technology is the main unique selling point for the In Win Ammo – I’ve not seen many other enclosures offering this.