The box is quite big, but it includes a keyboard and mouse as well as the PC. Packaging is very well done, and it looks like Zotac put a lot of effort into it.
Accessories include a custom Mechanical keyboard, a gaming mouse, a custom mouse pad, feet for the PC, WIFI antenna, recovery USB drive, and a bunch of documentation.
At the front of the device, we find a very sleek gaming PC with accent LED strips on either side of the PC. The Zotac Gaming logo can be found just below a door for the front button and ports. The rear of the PC is where you find your AC power plug, GTX 1070 Ti outputs (2x DisplayPort, HDMI, and DVI), 4x USB 3.0, 2x USB 2.0, PS/2 keyboard/mouse, WIFI antenna screws, dual Gbit LAN, and 7.1 audio with S/PDIF out.
Both the left and right side feature the same scale style accents and air intake vents. The left side features an air intake at the top near the GPU, and the right side features air intake on the bottom for the CPU area. The PC has been optimized for airflow.
At the top of the unit, we can see the sleek form factor of the PC along with accent LEDs. At the bottom, we can see that the PSU uses an extension to reach the rear of the PC, and we find two rubber feet.
Here we see that the front of the unit has a door that can be slid down to reveal the power button, two USB 3.0 ports, headphone output, and a microphone input.
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