Like most packaging for high quality headsets, the front of the Kingston Cloud II headset box provides a good view of the headset and the 7.1 Surround Sound DSP controller. Additional information on the front is enough to give a potential user a good overview of what the Cloud II can do.
If a brief overview of the Cloud II doesn’t provide enough information, the back of the box goes into more detail. Here information on the 7.1 Surround Sound DSP Controller unit is provided, along with the physical features of the headset.
After taking a look at the front and back of the box, the sides provides even more information. Kingston has developed the packaging to be used internationally, so all the information is provided in multiple languages.
The outer slipcover, that we have just taken a look at, covers a shoebox style box. When that is opened you are able to see the major components of the Cloud II headset.
With everything removed from the packaging, we can see there isn’t a lot of accessories included with the Cloud II. Obviously we have the Cloud II headset, the 7.1 Surround Sound controller, microphone, 3.5mm combo plug adapter, velour earcups, and a nice lightly padded carry bag. The carry bag was a nice surprise, and a helpful add-on if you regularly go to LAN events.