Accessories and Documentation
In the bottom of the box, below the mouse, you will find a clear plastic tray with six 4.5 gram metal weights. Even though they look pretty rough, quick math says we have 27 grams worth of weight options over the stock weight of the DeathTaker.
The manual starts, in tiny print I might add, a bit about the GX Gaming series and is the first mention I caught of the Scorpion Game Technology and the SGC ii system that controls the Macro abilities and somehow overclocks your gaming experience. It then goes on to point out the buttons and what can be used in the software like what we saw inside the front flap of the packaging.
Then there is this fold out bit of paperwork that shows how to use the hidden weight tray and get the cover back into place correctly. Of course this is the same thing repeated in nine languages.
The opposing side would almost be a cool wall hanger if it didn't have "weight Adjuster" printed on it.
Even though I went to the site and made sure I had the latest drivers and software package, there is a disc included to get underway without an internet connection, so you too can enjoy the DeathTaker in its full form.
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