Packaging, Accessories, and Documentation
The packaging of the Ryos MK keyboards are all very, very similar, so pay close attention to the naming at the top left corner to be sure you have the right version in hand. Front and center is an image of the Ryos MK with four features listed to the left and five around the keyboard image. At the bottom, we see mentions of Talk, R.A.D., and that it is MMO and FPS approved along with the black Cherry MX switches shown at the right.
The smaller ends don't offer much more than the partial image of the keyboard, the naming and description to the left, and the site's address off to the right.
The longer sides offer a full image of the keyboard off to the right along with the much larger naming we see in this image.
The back panel offers featured images off to the left showing the smudge proof painting, the use of Cherry MX switches, and ROCCAT Talk. Under the image of the keyboard, there is the full list of features that gets repeated below in nine other languages. To the right, we see the keys that can have the second layer and get package contents listed, system requirements, and tech specs.
After removing the outer layer of cardboard, we find this black box inside that is housing the keyboard during transit. The cable is tucked into the cardboard at the back, and the paperwork is tucked into tabs under the keyboard. The Ryos MK is wrapped in a clear plastic bag and also has blue tape on the shiny parts to protect this keyboard as well as possible. For this specific sample, it is scratch free and in perfect condition.
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