Upon getting the WD TV Live Hub, we noticed that Western Digital opted to go for the more eye-catching red packaging that they had used in the past with their My Book Live.
Every side of the actual box is extremely informative and gives the consumer as much information as possible without actually cluttering the box. It also notifies you regarding all of the supported file formats, inputs and outputs and any certifications it has as well.
The front of the box is bi-lingual and shows both the name of the product, the hard drive capacity inside as well as a screenshot of the main menu screen. On top of that, it also shows approximately how many hours of HD video, music, and photos can fit onto it.
It also tells the consumer that the device is Full HD 1080P and goes through the most recognizable Internet services available on the WD TV Live Hub. The back of the box simply goes through yet another screen shot of the menu interface showing how you can customize it and it also gives a snapshot of the device along with the most recognizable services available for it.
One side of the box goes through and breaks down the supported file formats as well as the certifications that the device has. On top of that it also gives a snapshot of the inputs and outputs to allow customers to see what kinds of connections they can or can't use.
This has been a very useful feature that has been included in almost every single streaming device we've seen. The nice part is that this device is big enough to accommodate those connections without any adapters.
The other side simply goes through the user interface once again as well as breaks down some of the streaming features. Once we opened the box, we noticed more protective cardboard followed by the manual and quick start guide.
Directly below that was the actual WD TV Live Hub inside of a plastic clamshell to give it additional protection from shipping damage. Beneath that, were the power inverter, remote, and included batteries
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