Package Contents and Briskie Wireless Mouse
The product placement brochure is to let users of the Briskie know what else Enermax has to offer you. This includes fans, PSUs, cases, you name it, and it's in there.
There is a folded pamphlet that contains information with images for the usage, maintenance, and features of the 3-in-1 mouse pad included as the free gift.
After you remove the mouse from the box, there is a flap that lifts up to reveal the three AAA batteries and the USB nano receiver that both the mouse and keyboard send their 2.4GHz wireless signals to.
Wrapped in a cellophane sleeve, the free gift arrives clean and ready for service in any of the ways suggested by Enermax. This micro fiber mat comes 12-inch by almost 5-inch in size, just big enough for a mouse pad, while being small enough to roll up and travel with.
The wireless mouse has the basic egg shape of most of the smaller wireless mice on the market. The top and sides of the mouse are made of textured plastic, and the sides are indented to conform to your grip and make it easy to handle. The mouse features a four button layout with a low battery LED indicator at the front.
The back of the mouse is where the Enermax logo is painted and with the wide smooth curve, offers a comfortable fit. I don't typically pick smaller mice, but even so I found myself comfortable with this one right away.
Under the mouse you can see that four 7mm diameter feet support the mouse and allow it to move freely on almost any surface. Just under the sticker is the on/off switch for the mouse only. Under the switch you now see the window that the single optical sensor uses to deliver pretty good accuracy.
To get things under way with the Briskie wireless mouse, you simply grab a pair of AAA batteries and install them as they are shown in the plastic where they get placed. With the switch on, the optical sensor is always on. While there is a power saving feature to shut this down over time, Enermax recommends to shut it off when not in use.