Gigabyte has wrapped the Z77N-WiFi in a tiny box that is barely bigger than the board itself. The box itself looks like that of any other current Gigabyte product: a mix of product logos and such on a white background - just far smaller in size. I also found information similar to other Gigabyte products on the rear of the box: a smattering of feature highlights the board supports.
Inside the box, the board is on top, and its accessories are below a cardboard divider wrapping the board up snuggly inside the box, so it doesn't flop around while it traversers the world on its way to your local retailer.
With the Gigabyte Z77N-WiFi being such a small board, there's not a lot in the way of necessary accessories, since there's simply not a whole lot of connectivity in the first place. There is a separate disc for the standardized software that comes with any board, a disc for the Intel Wireless card that is included onboard, a rear I/O backplate, and a couple of SATA cables. Standard manuals and set-up guides have, naturally, been included as well, but that is all.
- 1x I/O Shield
- 1x User Manual
- 1x Multilingual Installation Guidebook
- 2x Wi-Fi antennae
- 2x SATA 6 Gb/s cables with locking pins
- 2x Driver CDs