The Archgon Earth enclosure comes in a package with a very similar design to the Archgon Stargate reviewed not too long ago. The Box is mostly blue, white and light grey - nice, bright and eye catching colours. The front of the box is mostly open - the enclosure itself is behind a clear plastic window so you can easily see it before you buy.
The right side of the box lists the contents and the left side simply has the product name printed up it.
Around back there's a picture of the Earth enclosure partially opened, a specifications chart, and a list of the key features.
Inside the box you'll find the Earth enclosure, a USB 3.0 data/power cable, four installation screws and a manual. Unlike the Archgon Stargate enclosure, the Earth enclosure is not tool-less and requires four screws to hold the drive inside. The screws could be seen as an unneeded item though because even without screws my drive was held so snug inside the enclosure that I couldn't get it to budge once the casing was put over it.