The Briskie comes in a black box with yellow, orange, and red lines arch and streak across the box; very flashy! Over the graphics there is a large red sticker for the included free gift, and the keyboard, mouse, and nano-receiver are all shown.
Moving closer to the sticker of the free gift, as I know we all like free things, you see that Enermax lists it as a screen protector, a cleaning cloth, then lastly a mouse pad. Under the sticker in large white lettering is the notification that this system runs at 2.4GHz for its transmission signals.
The back of the box has a ton of information about the mouse and keyboard included, but from here it's a little too tough to make out what they are trying to show here, exactly.
The left half displays the specifications charts for the mouse and keyboard at the top followed underneath with four languages of the features of both components.
The right side uses fourteen images to describe and show the features of the kit. The mouse is easy to use and grip, is ambidextrous, has a battery indicator, switchable DPI, and an on/off switch. The keyboard offers ten million keystrokes, is thin, a battery LED, volume control, spill resistant design and adjustable legs.
On both ends of the box you will find the package contents, minus the free gift and the system requirements of the system.
There aren't really instructions, per se, but on the longer side of the packaging there are some basic instructions and things to note and look for when first powering the items and what to do during use to maximize the battery life.
Opening the box you can see the there is an inner partition that keeps the plastic wrapped keyboard and mouse spate. The mouse pad and product placement brochure are set on top of the keyboard so you see them both as soon as you open the top of the box.
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