The Package and Contents
Now that we know what we are dealing with, let's take a closer look at the package and contents and see what's included.
Unfortunately this part of the article is going to be a little briefer than I would have liked, which is largely due to the fact that my sample was not adorned yet with its flashy retail uniform. Rather, it came to my door scantily glad in an old factory box, which once housed a now obsolete media player.
Upon first inspection I was thrown into two minds; I wanted to see what the retail package was going to look like, because ASUS always do a good job with that stuff.
And secondly, I got a pang of realization that perhaps the chap whom packaged said item did so in the hurried manor in which the first fruit of the season was quickly sent off for inspection before the harvest.
That's right, I don't have what you would call a whole lot to add here as you may or may not have guessed. But I can discuss what actually came in the little media player box to my door.
What we are dealing with here is the Xense audio card firstly, followed by the headphones, a driver CD and 7.1 adapter cable.
So at this stage I cannot comment on any of what might be included in terms of software, product manual, stickers, redemptions; any of that stuff that starves off buyers remorse for a little longer.
However, I will quickly add that everything really important was in fact there in entirety. The final scheme will just have to be a surprise for everyone once it gets put into action.
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- Page 1 [Introduction]
- Page 2 [Package and Contents]
- Page 3 [Technical Overview]
- Page 4 [Setup and Installation]
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