G.SKILL KM360 Keyboard + Crystal Crown Keycaps Review 1

G.SKILL KM360 Keyboard + Crystal Crown Keycaps Review

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Packaging and Accessories

Packaging for the G.SKILL KM360 comes in the form of a cardboard box inside a sealed plastic bag, and we see a predominantly monochrome design for the box with the company logo and product name alongside a large render of the keyboard all lit up. The salient marketing features are seen on the sides and the back, along with another render to show off the keyboard on both sides. A double flap in the middle keeps the contents inside in place during transit.

Opening the box, we see the keyboard inside a wax paper wrap to help keep it clean and free of dust. It is protected by cardboard on all sides, including a cutout to separate the accessory provided here. There is also a multi-language quick-start guide under the keyboard (online copy here), which goes over the setup and backlighting user controls. This is a fairly basic keyboard in terms of extra functionality on top of the usual keyboard functions, so the quick-start guide is not going to be necessary past a few minutes. There is also a detachable keyboard cable. It comes inside another wax wrap and goes from a male USB Type-A connector to a male USB Type-C connector, which points towards the use of Type-C connectivity on the keyboard.
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