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Package and Accessories

One can get a d?j? vu feeling from looking at this box. It bears a strong resemblance to packages of the W5 and W6 series. On the front side of the box there are four rectangles of different shades of blue on a white background. The series name is printed on the top left rectangle with a rounded corner. The manufacturer name is printed in a top corner of each side of the box. This big box contains a bag and a pouch to carry the notebook about and a smaller box with the notebook and small accessories. Thus, the notebook is securely protected against any damage during transportation.

ASUS has never been a miser than it comes to putting extra stuff into the box. The ASUS W7J notebook carries that tradition on. Besides the notebook proper, the box contains a 4800mAh battery, a power adapter with LED indicator, a modem cable, a TV cable, a Quick Start Guide, a 2-year warranty for the notebook, a list of service centers worldwide, a user manual, a small Bluetooth mouse from Logitech with an ASUS logo and an installation guide, a bag and a pouch to carry the notebook around, a napkin to clean the notebook’s display, two Fujitsu batteries for the mouse, and a set of discs that includes:

  • Two system recovery discs
  • Support CD version 3.0 for the W7 series
  • Nero version
  • Medi@Show SE 2.0
  • PowerDirector DE version 3.0.1208
  • ASUS DVD version 6.0

The Bluetooth-interfaced rodent, manufactured by Logitech, is quite rightly included with the notebook as there is no better pointing device yet than the ordinary mouse. It is powered by standard AA batteries (and you will find a couple of them in the box). To replace them, you should pull at the mouse’s cover away from the buttons. If the batteries are depleted, you can switch to the touchpad, the traditional mouse replacement on every notebook.

If you turn the mouse over on its back, you will see two buttons: Turn On/Off and Reset.

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