Since we're taking orders on the new Envy 133 now, we thought it would be a good time to demonstrate the packaging and the contents that come inside the box. Our packaging expert Allison worked with our ID folks to design the Envy 133 presentation box to look somewhat like a Tiffany box. It lifts up like a hat box to reveal a wonderful presentation, including the Envy 133 wrapped in a microfiber polish sleeve.
Notice the top tray as it lifts out, underneath this tray are the other accessories.
So let's go through the accessories, below you will see the Voodoo Aura power connect, which includes two removable cables (just in case your power cable starts to fray after heavy usage - you don't have to replace the entire power supply, just the cable). By the way, when you hook up your Ethernet to the Voodoo Aura power connect the logo lights up to indicate when you have an I.P. address.
You'll also see the Voodoo Presentation Adapter - which is more than just an HDMI to VGA adapter. This little adapter slides into the HDMI port and automatically adjusts the display to support a projector - you don't have to lift a finger! Just plug the projector in on the other end and you're ready to present! Just be careful, too much Powerpoint can kill a person.
Lastly, you'll see our Voodoo ESATA Optical Drive, the cable folds under the device and hides in place.
Below you will see zoomed in shots of the carbon fiber. Although this is an engineering unit in the picture, the logo is NOT red on the actual unit. It's silver and chrome - and no, there are no options to how the logo can look or where it can go. It's always going to be our Voodoo Icon in silver and chrome. I should also mention the logo under the screen will also be in silver, not red.
Here are some zoomed in shots of the actual keyboard. The carbon fiber weave on the palm rest area is much finer than the outside panels. It's more of a micro-hexx design, and it's simply awesome.