The packaging appears at first glance to be very black, but in reality there is some diamond plate, some circuitry, and some odd looking corner plates surrounding the large image of the Theron Infrared on the front. Tt eSPORTS also display the function lock button, battle mode, on-board memory and IR sensor as the features.
Velcro holds the front panel closed, but once opened up, the left panel shows you locations of the buttons and lights, explains what is found under the mouse, and even shows the software to gain full control of the mouse. On the right you will find the Theron Infrared under a layer of plastic, but with red under it to show the Theron IR in high contrast.
Since my Theron Infrared came straight from the manufacturer to my house, there is a sticker that most of us won't be able to read on this side. Other than that, you have the Tt eSPORTS name, the Theron Infrared naming, and the battle dragon logo to the right.
Under the naming and a bit about this using an advanced optical sensor for impeccable precision, there are three features listed. These cover the IR optical sensor, the weight adjustment system, and the use of Omron switches with five million clicks. At the bottom it states this product is a professional gaming mouse and where to go for more information.
This smaller panel matches the one on the other side by simply using the dog bone shaped red section to display the naming and logo against.
The inner packaging is mostly plastic, made of two parts, and as you can see, the sides are raised much higher than the mouse to take on any impacts in shipping. Under the plastic in the void, you will locate the paperwork and a few extra goodies that come with the kit.
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