In line with the premium approach Cherry have taken, the packing has a simple design, with a black, white and red colour scheme, with little details on the front.
The reverse of the box features a graphic of the keyboard complete with palm rest, with a brief list of some of the attributes
Inside the sleeve, you are presented with a red box, with nothing but a UV spot of the Cherry logo, which looks great.
Normally I don’t take a photo of the inside of the box when unpacking, however Cherry have gone that one step further in making this a premium keyboard, but covering it in a neoprene-like sleeve.
Contents-wise, Cherry have kept it simple: keyboard, palm rest and an ops manual.
Let’s now take a closer look at the keyboard