Accessories and Documentation
Behind the inner packaging you find the black folder with the battle dragon logo on it, shown at the top left corner. Inside of that you will find the user's manual, driver disc, warranty inserts covering the two year warranty, and a pair of battle dragon stickers.
The manual shows you that Thermaltake thanks you for buying this product, and explains why it should be a good fit for you. After that it is simply plug in the mouse, put in the disc and following the install wizard. It also covers 14 features and functions of the Theron IR at the bottom.
There is also a padded cloth carrying bag that comes included. The back is all black, inside and out, but there is the large battle dragon logo on this zippered pouch to let everyone know what sort of device is in the bag.
The mouse and cabling fit very easily. There is still plenty of extra room, and there is even a pouch on the inside that will let you store smaller and thinner things like USB drives.
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