[section_title title=”Packaging”]Packaging

MSI have designed their packing to fit in with their gaming range of products. MSI have used similar styling across their MPower motherboards and even on some graphics cards. From a first glance, the front of the box is relatively simple, with just a small section of a keyboard showing, a label with the switch type on and the model name. The whole flap opens up to reveal a graphic of the full keyboard and various features.

The back of the box is pretty standard in terms of keyboard packaging, a brief run down of the various features and different language variations.

I’m actually surprised that mechanical keyboards don’t have this nice touch to the packaging – a small cut out where you can actually press the keys and feel what the switches are like – something I think should be more prevalent in keyboard packaging.

The contents of the box is also kept dead simple; keyboard, driver CD, additional key caps & puller and a quick start guide.

Now let’s take a closer look at the keyboard.

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