With a name like 'Poseidon', I would have expected water somewhere on the packaging, but this is not the case. The large black panel on the front uses lightning to highlight the blue glow of the LEDs across the keyboard image, and Tt eSPORTS and the battle dragon logo can be found here as well.
Moving in much closer to the information provided at the bottom right corner of that panel, Tt lists the Cherry MX blue switches, 50 million keystrokes, NKRO support, the blue LEDs and disable Windows key as features.
Of course, the long thin sides are longer than what is seen, but aside from the naming and battle dragon logo, this is the important bit. Even here you get the name over a diamond plate backdrop, and again the switches used are displayed here as well.
Both of the ends of the packaging look like this above. Here you find the traditional red and black that Thermaltake packaging is known for. Here you find the name of the keyboard, the company name and their logo off to the right.
The back of the packaging I am breaking up into two images. This first one shows the Poseidon Illuminated keyboard and shows where to find the multimedia keys, the lighting controls and the key to disable the Windows button. This way you don't accidentally drop out of an intense game.
The second image of the back of the box delivers a message to visit their website for more information on this product in 15 various languages. Near the bottom amongst the symbols and bar codes, there are also the system requirements and package contents displayed for the potential customers.
The inside of the packaging is completely blacked out as it surrounds the keyboard that is sent inside of a bubble wrap envelope to keep it safe. There is a bit of a cubby at the back where the USB cable is shipped, but other than that, there are no hidden goodies - just the keyboard.
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