The VisionTek Racer package is not as retail friendly as I expected. What you see is what you get... and that is about it.
We didn't find any product specifications, features or performance data on the package anywhere.
At least VisionTek isn't trying to hide their tech support number, but this small label isn't the first place I'd look for a support number.
The inner packaging is pretty good. The drive has its own compartment and the accessories are on the other side in a separate pouch.
Inside that pouch we found a desktop adapter bracket (but one that does not offset the drive), screws for using the bracket and the coupon card.
I do want to point out the coupon code because the code is very creative, HDDNA... as in hard drive not applicable. If you do not own this drive you can't order the additional accessory package, you have to register your drive first. I'm not telling you the code so you can cheat; it just happens to be very creative and is a bright point in a product that doesn't reflect a lot of light.
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