In the three years that Tek existed, every year it was released as 20 packs of 4 cards, or 80 cards per box. This would give a nice selection of the multitude of patterns and a fair amount of trade bait for player and team collectors.
2014 Topps High Tek will give you 8 cards per box. That's right, it's another high end set. One autograph, one serial numbered card, and 6 base cards. What a thrill it must be to open a box and get 6 cards towards the set.
It was bad enough making Stadium Club, a set that used to be about photography, a mid-high-end set to get lost in the shuffle with Tribute, 5-Star, Tier 1, Triple Threads and whatever other carbon copy of each other sets, but this takes the fun behind Tek and crushes it under a heel like a disposed cigarette butt.
I love acetate cards, but I still don't have a 2014 Topps Clear, I was pumped when they announced my favorite set, Gypsy Queen, would have clear minis, they are 1/1 and I will never own one. Thanks Topps, for making another set I could not care less about.
The link provided here gives a good breakdown of the product.