Included in the retail package is the headset itself, wireless USB dongle, a wireless transmitter dock / charging station and various installation instructions / software disc.
The wireless dongle is about as large as a standard USB flash drive. The charging station has two cables attached to it. The first one terminates with a USB connector and plugs into your computer. The other cable plugs into the headset for charging purposes. There is also a USB port on top of the station that you can plug the wireless transmitter into.
The G930 headphones look a lot like the G35 set but there are some differences cosmetically. Starting on the right side, we see the Logitech name and logo on the earmuff. The headband is adjustable with 16 different notches on each side for a perfect fit. In addition to the earmuffs being height adjustable, they also swivel side-to-side and front-to-back. The outer surface of the headband is black plastic and features the G930 nameplate although it is hard to see in the photos.
This angle gives us a better look at the G930 nameplate across the top of the headband. Another difference is with the padding on the inside of the headband. The G35 featured replaceable headband padding that attached with Velcro. That feature has been eliminated with the G930 and we now have a single, permanently attached pad. The pad is leather-like and is very soft, so I don't anticipate any issues here with comfort.
Let's move ahead as we continue our tour of the G930.