To begin with there is not really a box to tell just the plain packaging in which it was send. OEMs do not want a fancy box.
The speakers were all separately wrapped up, and every of satellites have a defensive part of plastic stuck around its edge to remain it nice and shiny.
Front-Right satellite has a volume dial and headphone jack, and both of the front speakers are two-way, with both a mid-range driver and a tweeter for further detail on high pitch frequencies. The central speaker has a changeable stand, and four side speakers have removable desk-stands that clip on.
The satellite speakers all connect separately to subwoofer through AV-type phono connectors, and sub in turn attaches to soundcard through three regular 3.5mm stereo jacks. The front and center speakers have 1.8m of cable each, and the two rear speakers have 3.5m of cable so there is many room for wall mounting if you want to.
8 Watts RMS per channel (4 channels)
18 Watts center speaker
26 Watts RMS subwoofer
Frequency Response: 40Hz ~ 20 kHz
Signal-to-Noise Ratio: 80dB
Front/Rear Satellites: 80mm x 70mm x 183mm
Center Speaker: 170mm x 105mm x 82mm
Subwoofer: 182mm x 253mm x 286mm
Front/Rear Mir-Range Drivers: 55mm / 2.125"
Front Tweeters: 25mm / 1"
Center Full-Range Driver: 68mm / 2.875"
Subwoofer: 180mm / 7"
In above picture right speakers you can see power supply. The system can apparently top 75watts RMS, though power supply's specified output is 5000mA at 13.5volts which is 67.5w. This may be a cost-cutting measure.