The bundle included an installation CD, DVI to DVI connector, D-SUB to D-SUB connector, an audio cable for the speakers mounted into the monitor, a user's manual, a power cord, and last but absolutely essential for the whole experience are the 3D polarized lenses, which can either be worn as glasses, or if you already wear glasses, the clip-on lenses are included too. The bonus of this double set is naturally when viewing films in 3D, and then both you and your partner can enjoy the experience together.
Something I thought would be a nice touch, but was missing from the box is the inclusion of an order form for more pairs of glasses, in case you have a big family and want to let everyone get the full benefit of the TRIMON at the same time.
The shiny polished almost mirror like surface makes you reluctant to touch it without gloves. A bit like when you get that shiny new car, and you have the urge to reach out and stroke it, but you know your fingers will taint the newness of it.
The monitor itself is based on a sturdy stand that can be adjusted for angle of inclination, as well as for height.
The height option is a bit tricky though, so please make sure you have the monitor standing upright when you take out the thumbscrew, as the base is spring loaded and without the weight of the monitor on the stand, the stand may shoot out and injure something or someone. Having said that, it really is a novel and functional way to adjust the height when done properly. It gives the feeling that your product just oozes class, and believe me, it does. The monitor is also able to swivel 90 degrees should you ever wish to do so.