Other than the actual photo on the packaging the G510 is packaged in almost the same box that all of their gaming keyboard have been in. Around back you have another photo of the G510 in action along with a few close up photos of different features. Inside the box you are greeted by the keyboard as soon as you open it all up. To prevent any scratches the keyboard is bagged in a plastic bag and all of the glossy surfaces have a second plastic film placed on them. Under the keyboard you have all of the documentation secured in the cardboard along with the software on CD. The last thing you will find, tucked up under everything is the optional wrist rest.
I was talking with Wingless about keyboards over the weekend. Whey don't they just offer a small screen that could be mounted to a keyboard or even onto a monitor for stats and other fun things? it could be plugged into a USB port and would be fully customizable to display anything from game stats to system specs which in game.
Wingless agreed that it would be a good idea, but he figured the price point would be too high to make it marketable. I know i'd spend $30-$40 for one as it would be cool to have since i don't wannt spend tons of money on a keyboard that only had a small screen on it,