In the image below we see everything that comes with the Powercube. The storage box is opened, and the Powercube has the cable pulled out. Other than the AC adapter, this is the only wire. While it is supposed to be wireless, Powermat wants to make sure that every device could be charged. The Powercube allows them to create tips for other devices where the battery can't be replaced or for where it is easier to use the tip versus a custom battery cover or case.
The next image shows the tips that I would generally need to bring with me for my electronic devices. Of interest is that not all of the tips can be stored inside the case at once, and it would be nice to be able to store them all together so they do not get lost. Especially as more tips are needed for other devices.
The Powermat carrying case is a hard shelled case designed to protect the Powermat when traveling. It closes tightly using a magnetic clasp.
Inside the case there is a place for the Powermat Portable Charging Mat and an AC adapter. The AC adapter has folding wall prongs so they will not get bent. The cord wraps around the AC adapter, which is a nice feature!