|VIZO Master Panel II Expansion Interface|
|Reviews - Featured Reviews: Accessories|
|Written by Ronald Tibbetts|
|Wednesday, 07 November 2007|
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Closer Look: Master Panel II
Most of us take for granted a products packaging, that is till the day when we receive something that's been damaged in transit due to lack of or improper packaging. I am always critical of how a company dresses their products. Is their package well labeled and informative? Is what I ordered secure enough to make the punishing journey through shipping? As such, I will always spend time in reviews on what most will probably trash without a second thought.
The Master Panel II sample shipped direct from Taiwan in a double walled cardboard box. Though I would've liked to have seen more insulation between the retail box and the outer one, I received the product in perfect condition, this approach worked well for such a light weight part. I hope online sellers of the Master Panel II will use a more secure method.
The dressing on the retail box is superb, being clearly labeled with the products name and its many features. No one would have any trouble identifying the Master Panel II with its bright box and clear images of the product.
On the back of the retail package there is a thorough breakdown of all the Master Panel II feature set and specifications.
The Master Panel II itself comes tucked in an unsealed clam-shell along with its many accessories. Included in the box you'll find a Windows 98 driver disc and a slim, but informative user manual in English.
There are a lot of cables in the package with the Master Panel II. This may appear overwhelming with so many, but each cable is either color coded, or labeled along its length for easy identification. Additionally, the cable ends intended to connect to the Master Panel II are labeled "up".