The packaging is much like the mouse inside of it, mostly black with accents of red. There is an image of the Levetron GM-2000 on top of an AZiO logo with a few features listed at the bottom such as the three year warranty.
The front of the box will open up to allow you to get a view of the mouse inside. On the left there is just more naming and the site address on that panel. To the right you have the same icons that were on the front, but now you can see the actual GM-2000 inside under the clear plastic.
This side offers an image of the GM-2000, its name, the fact that it is a gaming mouse, and that it falls under the Levetron series name.
On the back there is a list of four features that gets repeated in eight various languages. Near the bottom and to the left of the image of the GM-2000 you also get a list of the specifications.
This side matches the opposite side, and offers nothing new to discuss.
Inside of the box there was obviously the clear plastic portion of the packaging, but once it is removed you can see it is only one part of the two piece system. There is a black piece that holds the mouse in from the bottom while the form fitting clear top holds it in place for transit.
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