Package and Contents
The box the MiniMax system ships in is fairly large and bulky. I was a little surprised until I realized that there was not only the motherboard (with Atom CPU), but also a remote, an IR receiver and a power supply. The front of the box did not give any indication of this, but I found out that while the box was attractive, it was also very simple in its design and layout.
After looking at the front and not having a good idea of what was inside, the back did give me a little more information to go on. The back has an image of the board with some of the accessories (like the remote and IR receiver). We also get a basic listing of the features available on the AT3IONT-I Deluxe.
Once we opened up the box we found the full extent of the goodies. We were a little surprised (pleasantly, though) to find that the AT3IONT-I Deluxe comes with its own power supply. This adds quite a bit of value to what already is shaping up to be a very nice package.
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