The packaging is elegant and high quality, really taking a step beyond the older black/blue design to a more grey/metallic blue. Information displayed is simply the model name, the Logitech branding, and what it is (7.1 wired surround gaming headset), along with a large close up of the product itself.
The reverse side gives some information about the surround feature of the headset, while the technical specifications are listed on the side in various languages.
Inside the box, there is a protective carry case with a zipper, along with a pair of additional micro-fibre earpads to replace the default mesh ones should you wish to do so.
Also included is a 1.5m non-tangle mobile cable, which includes an in-line microphone for on the go use. A 2m long braided 'gaming' cable, which ends with a 4pole connector, along with a braided 'y' splitter for audio/microphone, the USB donble and the boom microphone (with built in pop-filter).
The headset itself is very sleek, completely covered in fabric mesh (except for the top part of the headband and the gimbel.