Packaging and Contents
The packaging is rather bland. While the AORUS logo is prominently featured on the back and front alongside the G2 Esports logo, there isn't much else to see. That said, the design, while not as attention-grabbing as others I have seen, is at least a step up from the typical brown box. The other sides are essentially the same, with little to see other than a barebones specifications table.
Upon opening the box, users will find the laptop inside a black cloth bag, situated between some foam inserts for protection. The power brick and cord are in a smaller box next to the laptop. Suffice it to say, it's your standard-bog packaging, nothing to write home about, but it did its job as the unit arrived safe and sound without a scratch, and that is all that matters.
Everything you need and nothing you don't seems to be a theme here. The unit comes with everything you need to get started. The only extras are a thermal pad and some hardware to install another NVMe SSD, but otherwise, what you see is what you get.
- User guides
- Warranty card
- M.2 thermal pad and extra hardware
- Battery charger and cable