The box in its box.

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The actual box. Cute.

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Greeted by an octopus snooze/function button.

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Unboxed!

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Side shot of the volume knob.

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Back shot. Includes USB 2.0 port, power button, audio line out and power adapter input.

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Wondering what the holes in the corner are for? It's a microphone. Unfortunately, developers have yet to turn this into a proper VoIP device.

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Top shot. There's a speaker and the snooze/function button.

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The battery compartment in the bottom houses the FM antenna (black wire). The lithium ion rechargeable battery pack shown here doesn't come included, but we got one because we're awesome.

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Hand shot--just for a size reference. Don't want anyone getting the impression that this thing is huge. Like the original Chumby, the Chumby One is still about the size of a softball--just less soft now.

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The power adapter included with the Chumby One is relatively low profile and includes switchable outlet plates for different regions.

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Glamour shot.

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