The front of the packaging is kept simple and more elegant in its presentation. With just the company logo and product name to the left of a large image of the product inside, Sentey attracts the eyes without overwhelming them.
One of the longer sides shows multiple listings of the specifications for this keyboard in various languages on a red panel. As for the opposing panel, it is just a red panel with the Sentey logo in the center.
In three languages, Sentey delivers an explanation of why the Crimson Pro could be your professional gaming center. They explain the MEQTECH, the 45 gram force of the black switches, and what the software delivers to gain better control of your games.
As we swing around to the back panel, we find another large image of the keyboard -this time with the wrist rest installed, and the LEDs illuminated. Off to the far right edge, we find a list of six features, and three images of the accessories inside of the box.
The last panel is another smaller end panel, but here Sentey covers the wrist support and the fact it is detachable, shows the MEQTECH word again, and shows off the hub at the back.
After sliding the thin outer layer of packaging off, you find there is a much thicker black cardboard box inside with the Sentey logo on it. One edge is magnetically latched, and when you pull the tab to open it, we find a cloth travel case with their logo on it, containing the keyboard inside.
As we unzipped the case and lifted the top of it open, we found that everything that comes in the kit is packaged well inside of it. The keyboard is surrounded in foam to keep it from sliding around, and the net pouch at the top is filled with accessories and paperwork.
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