Measuring 3.6 by 5.9 by 3.1-inches (HWD), the centerpiece on the Squeezebox Touch is its 4.3-inch touch-sensitive LCD that auto-adjusts its brightness depending on the surrounding light. The design is clean, a Logitech logo below the screen is virtually the only design flourish on the otherwise glossy black plastic unit. The screen is angled upwards by its integrated, non-adjustable stand, above which are the back-panel connections: a 3.5-mm headphone jack, left-and-right audio out (RCA), digital Optical out and digital Coaxial out, and Ethernet port, a USB port, and the AC adapter input. Included with the device are a remote control (more on that in a moment), the power adapter, batteries for the remote, an RCA (stereo audio) cable, and a cleaning cloth. These things work great and with the right DAC can sound great! I processed my music through a Bel Canto DAC 3.