For its packaging the Hermes RGB’s box is divided up into black and white. The black has a large photo of the keyboard with its full RGB backlighting turned on. Then over on the right is the Gamdias branding. Under that though they have highlighted the RGB backlighting, Macros, 32-bit ARM, and their HERA software with short descriptions under each. The back of the box is a lot simpler with a feature list in multiple languages. In English they also slip in a full specifications list, system requirements, and a list of everything inside the box.
Inside the Hermes RGB is wrapped up in foam to keep it from getting scratched up in transport. The USB cord is folded up and tucked into the cardboard along the back and the cardboard also keeps the keyboard tightly in place. Inside, along with the keyboard, the Hermes comes with a few accessories. You get a small quick installation guide and two stickers one with a black background and the other transparent. They also include a small plastic keycap puller, something that we see included with mechanical keyboards less and less.