The N900 is packaged in a very discreet black cardboard box which is made up of recycled material. Because of this, Nokia automatically wins green points with us as we know that Nokia is very conscious about the environment. Because of that fact we can comfortably know that the hundreds of thousands if not millions of N900’s out there are not going to pollute the environment with packaging that will hurt the environment. You can also see the energy star logo all over the place.
The front of the box has an embossed picture of the N900 with very little information other than the manufacturer, series of device, and model.
The back goes into great detail about what kind of capabilities the phone has and then goes into a slew of disclaimers. Other than that, the box is extremely minimalist but sturdy enough to protect the phone.
Once you open the box you get the device itself looking straight at you inside of a recyclable plastic clamshell that states, ‘we recycle’. Once you take that out, you are met by the rest of the box with all of the accessories.Accessories
Nokia has not skimped when it comes to accessories as most manufacturers tend to try to increase their profitability by forcing you to buy things separately. Nokia, on the other hand, includes everything you might ever need for this phone with the exception of a case. The included accessories include a wall charger, a USB cable, a hands free in-ear headset, replacement cushions for the headset, TV out cable, manual and warranty guide. In our opinion, we would have to say that they have covered all of the bases with the exception of a case… which they probably don’t want to do as that would dry up a huge market for their supporting accessory manufacturers.
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