Considering a whole PC is packed inside, the box is actually pretty small. The front of the box doesn't give us a whole lot of info; we've got a picture of the product in two colours along with the name of the product and a little motto.
Turning the box over doesn't really give us much more with the information side of things; we again have the logo and motto along with a few more colours being shown alongside some more details across the bottom relating to ASUS.
On the side of the box we have a sticker that gives us a run down on the specifications of the unit, but that we will look into later.
Opening up the box and diving inside, we have an expected line-up of paperwork which includes a manual and warranty card. Alongside that we also have a Support CD and Recovery DVD in the event you manage to ruin your install.
Also included in the package is a power pack that lets you obviously power the unit.
Other useful gadgets included within the package are some stands for the unit, depending on how you want to mount the EeeBox.
Finally, we also have an antenna for the wireless connection, a single DVI to VGA connector in the event your monitor isn't DVI and a few screws that are to be used with one of the stands.
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