Packaging, Accessories, and Documentation
Where most companies take this panel as an opportunity to shove a glamorous image of their product down your throat, with the ES-87, even the product name is missing here. All there is to see is the blue KUL company name displayed here.
On the small right end of the box, we find all of the product information they offer on the box. We find the ES87U-CC-BBB-AL model number, a mention of the inclusion of Cherry MX Clear switches, the keyboard dimensions, a "made in Taiwan" notation, and lastly, the serial number.
Both of the long sides of the box are left entirely black. Even when it comes to this shorter end of the box, we simply see where this keyboard was made, and the Keyed Up Labs web address, which you can visit for more information on the ES-87.
After lifting open the top of the box, we find the ES-87 under the clear PET cover. The keyboard is set higher in the packaging to keep extra goodies and the cable underneath it during transit. With the cover on it, and the side supports to keep it from moving around, our KUL ES-87 arrived in excellent condition.
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