Even though the Siberia RAW Prism is a completely new product, SteelSeries stuck with their standard look when it came to its packaging. On the front, you have a photo of the headset taking up nearly the entire cover. They did still slip in the model up in the top left and bottom right corners though. Up in the top right corner they made it easy to see that the Siberia RAW Prism connects only through USB. For some people this might be all of the information they need, but for everyone else SteelSeries breaks down the headsets key features on the back. Here they also have a few screenshots of the included software and another photo of the headset as well. The box overall is completely different from the Siberia Elite Prism that I just reviewed, for the RAW there isn’t a box within a box and the box is extremely thin compared to the heavy duty box of their flagship model. This is similar to what I saw in the past with the Siberia V2’s though, so no big surprises.
Inside our white headset came sitting inside of a formed plastic tray that keeps it from banging around. They used a few twist ties to keep it secured as well. Beyond the headset there really isn’t too much inside. You get a small user guide to get you started and a small warning paper as well warning you to be careful to not damage your ears.