Corsair always knew how to make a product box look pretty. On the front, you'll see a glossy picture of the headset, its name, and a list of its key features. The left side of the box covers details on the left ear cup - the power button, microphone mute button, and multipurpose jog dial, to be exact.
On the rear is another picture of the headset and a more in-depth breakdown of its features, as well as a list of its technical specifications. The right side mentions the Corsair Utility Engine (CUE), a piece of software used to control the company's various peripherals. Even though this headset can be used without it, you should install it since it's needed to control a couple of otherwise unavailable features.
Here are the contents of the box, exposed in all of their glory. Aside from the headset, you'll get a USB Wi-Fi dongle, rubberized 2.1-meter-long Micro-USB charging cable, user manual and warranty guide.