Package includes a power supply, a power cord and an instruction manual.
PRODUCT PICTORAL AND WALKTHROUGH
The PSU itself is pure Antec. Don't expect any flashy mirrored finishes or LED's here. In fact, the housing is pretty plain, almost too plain. What you have is a matte finish gray housing, with a very industrial-like appearance. This is not surprising, given the PSU's relatively low price.
On the backside, you'll find a simple, mesh-type grille for airflow, the power switch, and a main power cord connector. Since the Trio switches between 115 and 230v power automatically, you won't find the usual switch here. While this is becoming more common, lesser PSU units don't have this feature.
Underneath, you'll see the single 120mm fan, behind a gold-colored grille. This should provide adequate cooling, while keeping the overall noise level down. I do find the grille to be a bit of an anomaly, though, given the business-like appearance of the rest of the PSU. A chromed grille would look better here.
On the business end, you'll find the cabling. While the main power cable is sleeved, the rest are left bare. I had a bit of a struggle here separating the appropriate cables. I'm a bit torn on this part, really. While sleeved cabling may still be considered a “modder's touch” to many companies, the added complexity of dual SLI connectors and SATA plugs almost begs for the easy separation that sleeving allows for. If there was one thing I would ask Antec for, it would be fully-sleeved cabling.