Clad in a tiny eight inch square box, the ZOTAC A75-ITX WiFi, in pictures, resembles other much larger products, but beneath that decieving exterior is something else entirely. The complete package has quite some heft to it, a good indicator that this is a top-notch product. With the box being as small as it is, there isn't much that can fit on the front, and ZOTAC has done a good job of keeping it simple and to the point. The rear has a bit of marketing info and a picture of the A75-ITX WiFi, pointing out what's what and where. This is standard for ZOTAC products, with many products getting similar packaging styles that make them easily recognizable.
Opening the box, we find all the accessories on top, which partly accounts for why the box is so heavy. After pulling out all the goodies, we find the board itself, wrapped in a tiny anti-static bag.
As you can see in the picture above, there's a not really a lot included with the board; just three SATA cables and a couple of other things. I have no idea why it's three of them, rather than two, or four, but ZOTAC must have had some reason for doing so, which I suspect is due to many disc-based drives including cabling of their own. You'll find a complete listing of what's included below:
- 1x I/O Shield
- 1x User Manual
- 1x Quick Install Guide
- 1x Driver CD
- 3x SATA cables with locking pins
- 1x DVI-to-VGA Adapter
- 2x WiFi Antennas