Sennheiser PC 360 G4ME Headset Review

1. Introduction3. Sennheiser PC 360 G4ME


Sennheiser PC 360 G4ME Headset – Packaging & Bundle

In terms of packaging design the PC 360 doesnt have the presence of the older 350 though it is clear that Sennheiser have made a conscious decision to move away from plastic to a more environmentally friendly cardboard. The front of the box is dominated by an image of the headset itself and displays various feature logos along the top edge. On the back we have further information on the headset as well as a quote from one of the pro gamers who helped to design it.

Inside the outer box we find the headset packed securely on a cardboard structure with the cables tied up and neatly tucked away. Between this structure and the main box the headset is well protected and should survive any bumps or bashes during shipping.

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