The Gigabyte M32U comes in a simple, unassuming cardboard box, which looks more like it contains a business monitor than one with a serious gaming pedigree. This is one of the clear points of separation between the Aorus FI32U and Gigabyte M32U. The box does a good job of protecting the panel, stand, and other included accessories. The monitor traveled halfway across the globe to reach me and landed in my hands in pristine condition.
Along with the panel, monitor base, and stand, you'll find a multilingual installation guide, warranty card, multiple power cables, certified HDMI 2.1 ultra high-speed cable, DisplayPort cable, and USB 3.0 Type-B upstream cable in the box. The USB Type-C cable isn't bundled with the M32U, but these are inexpensive and very easy to come by.