The package may’ve been a little rough, but the contents are all intact, including the copy of Windows 7 Ultimate Signature Edition, various party favours and decorations and instructions on how to throw a successful house party. (We’re throwing ours to friends with kids to look at the family safety features and home applications, along with plenty of pop and pizza, ‘though I’d love to show some of the more advanced management features.)
Of all the items in the box I had to ask: why a deck of Windows 7 playing cards? (That’s the little blue package in the centre of the second picture.)
Of interest: a Caribbean resident has a set of photos detailing their Windows 7 party pack unboxing here with some additional details…
"The goodies are actually very nice, especially the Windows 7 tote bags, perfect for the Cayman Islands for the beach! Also included were Windows 7 branded napkins, a puzzle pack; the pieces come together to form a wallpaper image from Windows 7. There was also a pack of Windows 7 playing cards, a colour poster and of course the piece de resistance, a FULL copy of Windows 7 Ultimate Edition (Steve Ballmer Signature Edition). What I was not expecting though was the Anytime Upgrade to Ultimate Signature 64 bit edition. A nice bonus!"
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