Packaging and Accessories:
The Seagate GoFlex Turbo comes in what at first appears to be fairly standard packaging. There is a bright, colorful image of the product with the name emblazoned across the front, details on the available connections (USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 in this case), and confirmation of the drive's capacity: 750GB.
The back of the box give us another image of the product and informs the potential buyer of the drive's compatibility with both Mac and PC. It also briefly explains how the SafetyNet data recovery service works - the real reason you'd be purchasing this particular product.
As soon as I opened the box, I realized that the packaging for the GoFlex Turbo was indeed a bit different from the standard Seagate GoFlex offerings. This package, with its molded interior, is designed to be used in the off chance the consumer should need to return the drive for data recovery service.
Included in the kit are the standard quick start guide, a handout detailing the SafetyNet data recovery terms and conditions, and a SafetyNet owner's card. This card was intended to be kept in the user's wallet in case the drive ever fails, so contacting Seagate would be extremely convenient. It contains the toll-free number to call and all the drive's info that will be needed for support.