The external packaging is sleek, attractive and certainly no-nonsense. It shows off the keyboard and simply tells you that it as mechanical backlit keyboard with CHERRY MX Brown switches.
At the back, there is a washed out picture celebrating one of their successes, we get some details of the product inside. I am confused about the lack of 'specifications' as the downloadable manual contains the specs of the flick mouse, and I couldn't find the details elsewhere. Also, some of the points made seem slightly more like 'filler' points vaguely saying 'trust us, we are esports pros' than actual features, but I guess it is early days.
Inside the box contains a quickstart guide and some mounts for the included wrist rest.
The wrist rest included is full size to match the keyboard width and is coated in a silky rubberised surface.
In appearance, the Rush has a sleek black rubberised surface, while the keys are set into a red background that help the RED backlighting look more vibrant.