Packaging, Accessories, and Documentation
Packaging for the G613 is standard as to what we expect to see from Logitech. A dark-gray backdrop, blue foil used for the product and company names, with an oversized view of the product within.
What we would call the bottom of the outer sleeve of the packaging has some information worth sharing. At the left end is the name of the product inside, and to the right are the condensed tech specs, which are repeated in five other languages.
At the other end of the same panel, we skipped past the mention of the two-year warranty, and show that this is a USB powered device, and next to that is the company information. Should you need access to the model or serial number, it would typically show at the right, but Logitech applies these stickers to all samples.
On this small end of the box, we find more blue foil lettering, this time, showing the Logitech G brand, which is also repeated on the second long side. As to the opposing end of the box, Logitech used more blue foil lettering, but showing the G613 model name.
The back of the packaging starts on the left with the Logitech tagline, and the name of the keyboard, with a nearly two-thirds sized image of the keyboard below it. To the right, we see mentions of the Lightspeed Wireless Technology, the use of Romer-G switches, Bluetooth connectivity, and the inclusion of six G-Keys.
After opening and removing the thin sleeve with all of the information on it, you are left with a matte black cardboard box. Upon opening it, you can see the keyboard inside of its protective envelope, and the entire keyboard is snug inside of the cardboard and kept left with an insert containing some goodies.
The compartment to the right contains two things. Closest is the phone/tablet stand, allowing you to keep the device close at hand, secure, and you can still read what you are typing in reply. Behind it is the 1.8-meter long extension cable for range extension of the Lightspeed Wireless dongle.
The literature is found under the keyboard, and it is made up of two parts. On the left is the connectivity guide, which on this side shows how to connect wirelessly, and once flipped over, you get renderings of Bluetooth connectivity steps. To the right are the safety, compliance, and warranty info. In it, you will see things on proper disposal, what not to do to break it, and what is covered by Logitech in those two years of warranty.
Last updated: Nov 15, 2019 at 01:16 pm CST