Packaging and Accessories:
The Trigger is sold in the attractive box below which shows a picture of the keyboard with the keys illuminated, while also providing a cutout to let you see and try the actual keys inside. Considering the feel / response of these Cherry keys is one of the key
selling points, this seems to be a very good idea. Some text on the front of the box lets you know how good the keys are, that you have 64KB of profile memory on-board, and that there are five programmable macro keys available.
The above right image shows the back of the box, which provides a selection of text about the keyboard in eight different languages, as well as three pictures which zoom in on some of the finer features of the Trigger. The image below shows these three images, which highlight the 5 fully programmable macro keys, the dual USB hub and 5VDC jack, and the 64KB macro and keyboard profile memory.
Inside the box we find the Trigger framed by some black foam, which should keep it fairly well protected. They'll just have to hope nothing pokes through the window to damage the exposed keys. Lifting the keyboard and its foam out of the box, we find the balance of the accessories stored below. You get a bit of paperwork, a rather nice USB cable, and a plastic wrist rest. Even though I had seen the picture of the USB ports on the keyboard, it wasn't until this moment that I realized the USB cable was not permanently attached to the keyboard, which seems odd to me.
This final image takes a look at just the wrist rest, which was hard to find in the previous image. It's basically just a long strip of plastic contoured to fit the base of the keyboard, and won't provide any additional comfort.