The drive ships in a black cardboard package with a large window. This allows the prospective buyer to inspect the drive without having to open the box. A large "Ultra 10x" logo can be found on the front. I am guessing this is in reference to the performance increase over a USB 2.0 drive, but that would not really make any sense as the hard drive itself is the bottleneck in a system like this. The Stream S10 would require an SSD to be able to offer a magnitude of 10x the speed of USB 2.0. You may also download a program called SPWidget here. It mainly offers a backup functionality along with a test version of Norton Antivirus.
The inner shell also has a cardboard sheet, with the same logos on it. This is a bit odd, as you wont be able to see any of this unless you take the drive out of the box.
Looks like even though Silicon Power has placed a URL on the box, it also ships the application with the drive itself on an 8 cm CD. You will also receive a stylish carrying case and a simple but effective manual. Naturally, a USB 3.0 cable can also be found within the package.