For the packaging, the Excalibur has a standard keyboard box with a black background. The front has a photo of part of the keyboard with the backlighting turned on to show that this is a spectrum model. They also included a very bright spectrum logo in the corner as well as the spectrum branding on the product name as well. I think they could cut it down to just one spectrum logo, but that’s just me. On the back of the box we have a full photo of the keyboard and this time they use the photo to highlight key features. The highlights include the customizable lighting, all of the keys being programmable, five instant profiles, full N key rollover option, as well as instant macro programing.
Inside the Excalibur Spectrum comes wrapped up in bubble wrap and the cord is in a plastic bag. Beyond the keyboard the only thing that comes in the packaging is the manual and a small booklet on Tesoro.