Some of the system’s main features such as 3D capability, AMD vision hardware and USB 3.0 ports are outlined on the front side of the box.
Support for Arctic’s Remote MC App is outlined. Unfortunately, a search in iTunes tells us that this app isn’t available in the UK, and it doesn’t even show up in the Android Google Play store. Arctic should supply the app themselves rather than relying on location-restricted delivery services.
Detailed features and specifications are listed on the box’s rear side. Model-specific specifications are shown in a table helping users purchase the device with the correct hardware configuration.
Arctic supply a bundle consisting of power cables, a HDMI cable, a TV Antenna, a contents sheet and 2 screws.
The TV Antenna is a thoughtful inclusion, but it is unlikely to be a worthwhile replacement over a ‘standard’ roof-mounted aerial, unless you are lucky enough to have your media system positioned for perfect reception. Attached to it is an adapter which converts a standard coaxial port for use with the MC101’s TV Antenna port. This is a very useful addition.