The Challenger Pro comes housed inside a board length box that features action shots set against a metal background. On the front, a few feature badges are positioned to catch the consumer’s eye, along with ‘eSports’ here and there to call attention to Tt’s excursion into competitive gaming. The front flap folds open to reveal more information on the board in a thumbnail fashion.
Inside, the Challenger Pro rests in a fabric sleeve which can be reused for transporting it to and from LAN parties and tournaments. The instructional insert is about the only accessory that isn’t in a pouch, as you’ll notice two additional packages in either corner underneath the board.
The first contains the USB cable, which is independent of the board, and the small 30mm fan (which we’ll discuss further in the Performance section). The second bag holds a collection of replacement keys: red WASD and directional arrows, as well two caps to replace keys often hit on accident, such as the Windows key. A key-remove tool has also been included to prevent damage of yourself and your new keyboard.