The packaging, as with most of Speedlink’s products, is a pretty straightforward affair; a standard shaped box with a clear window showing the headset within.
The packaging shows a number of services it has either supported or certified compatibility with, such as Skype, MSN, Yahoo and Teamspeak.
As is usual with Speedlink products, the rear of the box provides the features and specifications of the headset in a large number of languages.
Within, the contents are equally spartan, simply containing the headset, the USB dongle, the charging cable and the start up guide. Due to no drivers required and thus no driver CD being included, a multi-lingual quick start pamphlet is the only documentation provided.