Sunbeam Quarterback Reviewgotdamojo06 - April 20, 2008
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What do you think of when you hear the word "Quarterback?" Probably football, right? Well, the job of a Quarterback on the football team is to lead the way to victory and keep everyone working well together, which is what Sunbeam wants from its case, the Sunbeam Quarterback. Sunbeam wants the Quarterback to grab the attention of the consumer with not only its name, but also by its bold looking face, which somewhat looks like the guards on a football helmet. Sunbeam has put its patented Core-Fan technology into the Quarterback to give it a boost against the competition when it comes to performance. Let's see if it will be able to make the catch and beat out the competition.
The packaging for the Sunbeam Quarterback is very simple and plain. The package is printed in all black and white with a very simple picture of the case's front bezel on both the front and back sides of the case. The only words that are on these sides of the package are Quarterback and the Core-Fan installation availability. When you look at the two sides, this is where Sunbeam decided to place all of the specifications of the case. Both sides are exactly the same, except that the specifications are written in four different languages, English and Dutch on one side, French and Spanish on the other.
When you pull the case out of the box, you can see that Sunbeam has packaged the Quarterback very carefully by adding a plastic protective cover over the case and then fitting molded Styrofoam to both the top and bottom of the case to help prevent any damage that may occur during the shipping process.
Now that we know how the Sunbeam Quarterback has been packaged, it's time to get an initial look over and see what is inside of the case and what makes it different from the others out in the market.