Package and Contents
In keeping with the small size of the adapter, the box that they USB-N13 comes in is also pretty small. Looking at the front of the box you get a great view of the USB-N13 and also find some fairly useful information on what the USB-N13 supports, including OSX and Linux.
The back is far less interesting. It does have some specifications listed (in about 20 languages).
Inside the box is a plastic shell that holds both the USB-N13 and all of the goodies you get with it.
The wrist strap and rigid extension cable are nice extras. The driver CD is something of an annoyance to anyone using Windows 7 x64. Neither the drivers nor the Utility found on the CD work. You will want to head to ASUS' website to make sure things get up and running properly if you are using Windows 7.
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