Thanks to the clear design on the front of the package, we can see the actual device that we're testing smack bang in the middle. A sticker lets us see what kind of information is shown on the device.
At the top of the package we can see the ZOTAC logo along with the NITRO one. Across the bottom we can see a motto and below that we have a dock that the device sits in.
Turning the box over, we again see the ZOTAC and NITRO logo while the bottom shows us the rear of the dock. In the middle of the package we can see a USB cable along with a bit of information explaining what is what on the NITRO.
As far as extras in the package go, there isn't a whole lot. Apart from a manual and driver CD, we have a USB cable that helps connect the device to your computer.
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