Unboxing the BizView 750 is a little like seeing your gaming buddy dressed up for an interview. Marketed towards the office, the front of the packaging is centered on a two-monitor setup littered with multiple windows that exemplify the idea of increased productivity. In fact, unless you know that the “750” in the product name denotes that this card is an HD 7750, there’s nothing on the box to tell you otherwise. On the sides you will find some specifications, such as memory size and type, interface, and included accessories, but the qualities of the card are emphasized. The packaging tells you that this card will allow you to expand monitors, will allow resolutions of up to 2560x1600, will fit into smaller form factor towers, and does include everything you’ll need to do it.
A box slides out from the sleeve containing everything including a Y-cable that adapts to two Dual Link DVI ports and a DVI-to-VGA adapter for both. The BizView 750 will come with the full height PCI bracket equipped and a low height bracket included. Toss in the typical driver disc and paperwork to complete the BizView 750 package.