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ROCCAT LUA Tri-Button Optical Gaming Mouse Review - Accessories and Documentation

ROCCAT takes a step back in time to deliver us a classic design in this ambidextrous three-button mouse, the LUA.

| Mice in Peripherals | Posted: Oct 31, 2012 10:58 am
TweakTown Rating: 91%      Manufacturer: ROCCAT

Accessories and Documentation

 

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Something new came with the LUA that I have never gotten in mouse packaging until now, and that is this sheet of stickers so that you can display the ROCCAT name on just about anything you want as long as the sticker can adhere to it.

 

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The installation guide comes in a plastic sleeve and is shipped under the mouse inside the box along with the stickers. To help stay "green" ROCCAT doesn't ship a driver disc with the LUA, you must go to the site to acquire them.

 

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Once I folded out the guide, I found on this side that all you need to do is plug in the USB connection for the instructions, and it then goes on to cover the button assignments in 11 total languages.

 

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Flipping the guide over you are congratulated on your purchase and taken right into the key features as they are pointed out. Under the large image of the LUA you will again find the contents, system requirements, and the specs.

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