Packaging and Documentation
The packaging is completely as expected with the industrial metal looking background that comes in black with the bright red accents. Along with the company naming and a fairly good look at the keyboard that is inside, there is a yellow sticker placed proudly proclaiming the industry first: a five-year warranty on their Poseidon Z.
Since we sort of glossed over it in the last image, as we look to the long sides of the packaging, we have the Thermaltake Tt eSPORTS name and logo to the far left. We zoomed in on the naming of the product and the box next to it highlighting a blue mechanical switch.
Both of the shorter ends are red like this is. While this end uses it fully for the naming and logo, the opposite end is more condensed to leave room for the product sticker with the model number and bar codes on it.
The back of the packaging highlights all the features to the left, on and under the image of the keyboard. Things like multimedia keys, Windows lockout keys, lifespan, illumination, and NKIRO support are all there. To the right, it says to visit the site for more information and ends with the requirements and contents listed at the bottom.
Inside of the box, we find the cable is tied up and placed under the cardboard at the back edge. As for the Poseidon Z, it gets to ride in a bubble wrap sleeve that ensures that it arrives in great shape.
Aside from the keyboard and its attached cable, the warranty information and the quick installation guide are all that is left inside of the box. The smaller book discusses what is and what is not covered in the five-year warranty, and the guide basically says to plug in the keyboard to a USB port and get right to enjoying the product without any hassles.
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