The A75M-ITX is supplied in a small box which reflects the compact nature of the motherboard within. ASRock have chosen to give the box a brushed metal effect livery which looks surprisingly good considering it’s printed onto cardboard. The top is unusually sparse for a motherboard box, only featuring the product name in the centre alongside a few small badges along the bottom edge which advertise the most prominent features of the board.
Turning the box over reveals a detailed breakdown of all the features and specifications of the motherboard , repeated in a few different languages. They also provide some performance comparisons between different configurations of APU and discrete graphics.
Inside, ASRock include a reasonable bundle with the motherboard which includes a software and driver CD, a comprehensive manual, an I/O shield, two SATA data cables and a 3.5mm audio cable. We would have liked to see a couple more SATA cables being included, though, as a lot of people will be using this motherboard to build a HTPC where a number of storage drives are likely to be employed.