There is also a rubber pad so the HTPC wont get scratched or move around on the table. There is also a couple of power adapters if you want to hook up another HDD.
The remote is pretty much a standard Windows Media Center remote but it has a glossy black finish, batteries are included.
The case itself has a very nice glossy black finish, only problem is that you get alot of fingerprints on it and no cloth is supplied to keep it clean. This HTPC is avaialable in various versions but we got one with a Bluray drive which also can burn cd’s and dvd’s.
The power button is placed on the bottom left of the unit, it flashes when the computer is in hibernate/sleep mode. On the back of the unit you will find ALOT of various plugins like power, SPDIF, surround sound, LAN and five USB ports.
In the back you also got a HDMI port, E-sata port and a VGA port, I dont understand why they have skipped installing a DVI port instead of the VGA but I guess they got their reasons. You can remove the top lid of the unit by unscrewing two screws, after that you got access to remove the top tray with the Bluray player and HDD. The tray is mounted with two screws, and you need to unplug the power cables to be able to slide the tray off.