Inside the packaging, you get the iClarityHD with a USB cable that can be used for charging and a puch to carry it along. The USB cable can be plugged into a USB port but plugs for AC outlet or your car are not included. A Quickstart guide is also included that gives you a quick and easy walk-through on setting the iClarityHD up in your car or at home. I generally skim through the quickstart guide of a product before reviewing it to make sure that I don’t miss any feature worth talking about. At times, these QuickStart guides can be mildly amusing- especially the ones that come straight out of Taiwan. However, going through the Monster iClarity HD’s quickstart guide made me smile for a separate reason. The entire guide has instructions to set up the speakers on Apple products- from the iPhone and iPad to the iMac. “If you have a Bluetooth equipped Windows PC, please consult your owner’s manual for pairing instructions.” For almost all other products, it’s generally the other way around.