The Thunderbolt Plus comes in one of the largest packages we've ever seen a power supply come in. The front has some excellent information on it and does a great job of being unobtrusive.
The back is packed full of excellent information. There is a great list of specifications, an awesome cable chart and the I/O specifications as well. The large box size helps make all of this easy to read since they didn't try and cram the box full of marketing junk.
The top of the box has a carrying handle much different than we've seen before. The two cloth straps do a great job of making it easy to carry the unit around.
There isn't much on the top of the box other than product identification.
The bottom is also kept very simple with nothing more than the Thortech logo.
One side of the box is packed full of their graphical list of features.
The other side is filled with a simplified list of features in multiple languages.
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- Page 1 [Introduction, Specifications, Availability and Pricing]
- Page 2 [The Packaging]
- Page 3 [Inside the Box]
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