Packaging and Contents
The packaging on the Kinzu V2 Pro edition is all black and uses red to highlight the mouse name and a ring around the cut-away to direct your eyes to the mouse. The packaging also stated that this is the Special Edition Black version versus the red.
Both sides of the packaging offer the same naming at the top with an image of the Kinzu in the middle and yet another image of it at the bottom just above the SteelSeries name.
On the back it starts out with the basic specifications and moves into the mouse and the button layout. The bottom half contains a brief description of this Kinzu version and five key features in four languages.
On the top of the packaging SteelSeries wants to let you know that they worked hard with teams like SK Gaming, Fnatic, Evil Geniuses and Natus Vincere to bring you the best gaming mouse they can.
Opening the outer packaging is simple enough and then you slide out this inner packaging. The mouse is contained in a layer of plastic that requires you to unfold the cardboard and it comes out through the back along with the two meter, dual braided USB cable.
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