The packaging for the Ryos MK FX is relatively large, ensuring that the keyboard inside will arrive safely. The exterior design is rather typical of ROCCAT, with lists of features in blue tabs, and tiles of supported technologies surrounding the product image. There is clear identification that this keyboard features RGB per-key illumination, Cherry MX keys and that this is the British layout.
At the back there is a more detailed breakdown of various features as well as the technical specifications available in various languages.
The included cable is 2m long and is braided, featuring audio pass through jacks for stereo/microphone as well as requiring 2x USB connectors for stable power/performance.
The Ryos MK FX is similar in appearance to the Ryos MK Pro, though on closer inspection you can see the white background behind the keycaps. This is something employed by various RGB keyboards we have seen before to help the lighting look more vibrant and stand out.