The packaging is very attractive to the eye with the mix of gloss and flat finishes and the large image of the keyboard out on the open. Under the red 5 on the left are eight features that should draw gamers to this product. On the right, the keyboard appears to be hovering in an industrial looking docking bay, and gives you an idea of where the angular and chunky design comes from.
The long thin expanses at the top and the bottom of the packaging offer the full name of the Levetron Mech5 gaming keyboard, and the part number for reference of KB577U.
The right and left ends of the outer packaging offers basically the same information as the top and bottom does, but all the panels keep that industrial look on them. To show you no one has tampered with your keyboard since it left the factory, there are stickers with AZiO's name on them that you should have to cut to gain access to the inside.
On the back things start off at the top left with the features and specifications. Just under it is an image of the board in use showing how the number pad can go on either side and that the D-pad is easy to access and flips up and out of the way if you need access to the F-keys.
Once you remove the outer packaging you are greeted by this all black cardboard box that has a shiny finish to it and has Levetron by AZiO really large across the top of it.
Lifting the lid of the inner packaging shows the Levetron Mech5 wrapped in plastic and snugly fit into a recycled cardboard inner tray.
Lifting the keyboard out of the way you can see there are more parts in the bottom of the tray, each in their own little compartments, and the CD and manual are just left to float around between them.
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- Page 1 [Introduction]
- Page 2 [Specifications, Availability and Pricing]
- Page 3 [Packaging]
- Page 4 [AZiO Levetron Mech5 Gaming Keyboard]
- Page 5 [AZiO Levetron Mech5 Gaming Keyboard Continued]
- Page 6 [Accessories and Documentation]
- Page 7 [Accessories and Documentation Continued]
- Page 8 [Software]
- Page 9 [Final Thoughts]
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