The quality of the box itself is very good; the headset and accessories sit within a large vacuum-formed plastic tray, which, aside from providing a good degree of protection, displays half of the headset without opening.
As the G35 connects via USB, there isn’t a need for the extra connectors we have found included with similar gaming headsets. The USB nature of the G35 also means Logitech have been able to include a software package to configure various different functions and a digital user guide. We also find a printed version of the user guide within the box alongside two different head-band pads. These can be fitted in place of the one that comes already attached.
Kingston have been known for some time now as a manufacturer of high performance memory and with their HyperX brand have added some stylish modules to their range. In more recent times we have seen them branch out into SSDs and now they are taking another leap, this time with the release of a headset. The HyperX Cloud.