The packaging is sleek and clearly identifiable as a Razer product. There is a cutout in the box to test the keys as featured with many other Razer keyboards, despite this shop-floor try before you buy feature being rather useful, I think I speak for many when I say that it is something that could be done without, especially as it is a structural compromise in the protection of the product. I have experienced rips/tears/ debris contamination because of this during transit and I would feel much better knowing that the keyboard I had bought is guaranteed to be pristine.
The rear of the packaging gives some information about the mecha-membrane technology employed in the Ornata keyboard, as well as the Chroma lighting.
Inside we get the greetings from Razer, though they seem to have dropped the 'cult' word, maybe the symbolism has raised too much criticism, regardless you get a pair of awesome stickers too.
The keyboard itself is rather box-like and has a soft, flexible braided cable with a gold plated connector. As there is no USB pass-through, or audio pass-through it is just the one lonesome USB connector.
The included wrist rest is large and will suit any use, from typing to gaming as it gives cushioning the full length of the keyboard.