The Zotac Zbox comes with AC adapter, DVI to VGA adapter, VESA mount, user manual and product guide. An operating system is not included with any of the Zbox models, so you will need to provide that separately. Zotac recommends Windows 7, and you will need to use Home Premium or Ultimate in order to get many of the multimedia type features built in. Although Zotac messed up and sent us a European style power cord initially, they were quick to get the correct plug over to us.
I am very impressed with how small and slim this unit is. On the front is the slot-loading 4x Blu-Ray player, that also doubles as an 8x DVD±RW and a 24x CD-RW. Below that is the 6-in-1 card reader, followed by one USB2 and one USB3 port, a pair of audio jacks and the power button. On the rear is another USB3 port, Gigabit network jack, eSATA, DVI, HDMI, S/PDIF, Kensington lock and power port. The bottom shows several vents for cooling, as well as an internal fan, and the VESA mounting holes.
Let's power the unit up.