The OCZ Rally2 Turbo 8GB flash drive comes in a sealed plastic blister-pack that requires sharp objects to open, which was surprising considering that all OCZ memory products I have handled in the past have used pop-open clam-shells. On the front we can see the drive itself as well as some of its boast-worthy features, including OCZ's characteristic lifetime warranty. The back features some more in depth descriptions, the included accessories, and rewards other OCZ drives have won, including a Seal of Approval from yours truly.
The drive comes with a lanyard and a USB extension cable (though only the lanyard is listed in the accessories). It is quite skinny, and reaches about the distance between the two knuckles on my thumb—talk about thumb drive! On the front, you can see the OCZ logo and the USB cap on the left. On the right end there is a clear plastic window for the status LED to shine through, and the hole for attaching the lanyard. Surprisingly, there is no place to keep the USB cap when it's taken off, which makes for easy misplacement, and OCZ forgot to punch the lanyard hole through, so it cannot be attached without stabbing a sharp object into the hole. Continue on as we test out the Rally2 Turbo and OC this beast (Just kidding about the overclocking… but seriously, testing and conclusions are next).