Included in the retail package is the charger itself, a spare battery container, USB cable and an instruction manual. The iPod / iPhone kit was packaged separately and simply consists of a retractable cable with a USB port on one end and an iPod / iPhone port on the other end. The cable extends and has a locking mechanism, so you can pull the cable to the desired length without it winding back up.
On the front of the charger, we find a USB port. This port is used for charging the AAA batteries (not included) as well as powering / charging various devices. Directly above the USB port is a 3-position switch: Off, Use and Charge, all of which are self-explanatory. On the bottom right corner of the charger is a button used to turn the "torch" on / off. More on that in a bit.
On the front of the charger is the "torch" LED light. This seems like a pretty random feature for a USB charger.
To insert batteries, simply slide the top cover towards the bottom, as shown above. You can charge either two or four AAA batteries at a time.
Next up, usage and conclusion...