Before we get on to what comes with the NAS, you will note that we don’t have any images of the box. At this level, NAS offerings are not something that need jazzing up and so the plain brown box that it’s shipped in is all you would see. Opening up the shipping box, on top of the server and its padding is a smaller box containing the accessories. The first things we find in here are a quick installation guide, companion CD with software to find and configure the NAS, a set of keys for the drive trays and two sets of screws for securing 2.5″ and 3.5″ drives.
Digging further into the box we also find two CAT5e cables and two kettle leads for reasons which we will see shortly.