ASUS ROG ORION PRO Gaming Headset Review -
Box 'n Stuff
Unboxing. As always, ASUS does a great job on the packaging. There were several twist ties holding everything securely in place, and even though these came a long way from ASUS EU, they were in perfect condition.
Not a lot of bling on the packaging. The front lettering are pearlescent, though it doesn't show in the photos. I don't know how it'll stand out on the store shelves, but the red color is reminiscent of dried blood. Don't ask me how I know the color.
Front of the box is nothing unusual, of course, and you get a peek at the headset behind the plastic window. All the packaging appears to be recycleable, which is great to see in this day and age.
The back of the box actually has more bullet points than the manual does. Interesting.
I'm just glad the Orion Pro didn't come in a blister pack. I didn't once get a single cut on my hands from getting them out of the packaging. If you open as many boxes as I do, you appreciate this a lot. Let's move on to the main specifications.
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