The Lite-On EZ-Dub comes with a user manual and software CD, USB 2.0 cable, power supply and stand. The EZ-Dub case is a two-tone color scheme, with a white face and deep gloss black top and bottom. The typical button on the front panel opens the drive tray but there are also two additional areas on the top left corner labeled Dub and File. Rubber feet built into the bottom of the unit prevent it from sliding around or scratching the surface of your desk.
The rear of the unit contains only the ports for the USB cable, power supply and an on/off switch. When using the stand, the drive rests on its side, and the Dub and File sections are more visible. These are not buttons in the usual sense that require a physical press but are touch sensitive and simply passing a finger over the area is enough to trigger the indicated command. The only other product I've seen that used this same technology was the Cooler Master Cosmos S case.
Let's take the EZ-Dub for a test drive.