Paperwork and Accessories
Directly under the keyboard you will find these two fold-outs lying in the tray. On the left is the Quickstart Guide and on the right is where you can read the terms of the two year warranty.
The guide shows you about the wrist rest and the keys and puller inside of it and even shows a picture of how to work the key puller. To get the K60 functioning at its fullest, just turn on the PC and plug it in. There aren't any drivers for this keyboard, so it is truly plug and play.
If you need any information or have any questions, the left panel says to go to corsair.com to get anything you might need. The right side has the typical "STOP!" page reminding you that if issues arise, go directly to Corsair to resolve them, not the reseller.
By reading this, things are pretty simple. As long as you don't deface, modify, customize, or in any way take the keyboard outside of its "normality's" the two year warranty should apply. If the product is no longer made and yours can't be fixed, they will offer you something of similar functionality, even if it might be more expensive.
This is the left hand only wrist rest slash place to store your extra keys. I have yet to push the button on the front of the rest to open the top portion, but I can assume I am going to need the red keys that were in the top of the box as well.
The rest comes apart in two halves. The top of the rest has the key puller clipped into the hole that resembles the shape of the puller. The lower half of the wrist rest has places for all the extra keys and is labeled for each key. In this instance, the red keys are all kept safely for me to use when I get the urge.