The Throttle arrives in a compact box with just the drive and the USB cable. On the front of the box, we find typical graphics and features, and on the back there is a more detailed list of specifications. OCZ's logo and website decorate both sides of the plastic drive and its cap.
At the front end of the drive, we find the SATA connector protected by a plastic cap. The plastic cap sits in only one direction on the drive. Moving towards the back of the drive, we find the mini-USB (type B) port. This port has two uses: first is to provide power to the drive in the event that it is being used in a non-powered eSATA port, the second is for use over the USB interface.
Everything seems to be in check here, continue on for testing.