The Box and Goodies -
Kingston knew that the Predator is a product that will appeal to enthusiasts and professionals, they made the packaging to match that style. Instead of a small cardboard box you get a metal container that clearly tells you what is inside.
Flipping open the lid you can see everything laid out for you in a thick foam insert. It is packaged well enough that you could use this case to keep your predator in for future transport.
Kingston has also throw in a pretty sturdy key ring and a USB 3.0 extension cable. The key ring is nice touch as it allows you to disconnect your keys from the Predator easily. The Predator is a very thick device and it does not line up on the lower profile devices (including our Chronos 7-Series Notebook). The extension cable takes care of this quite nicely. It also helps make sure that your predator does not block other USB 3.0 port on your notebook if they are placed close together.
After you finish admiring the goodies that Kingston puts in the kit we can move onto the drive itself.