Genius packs the Energy mouse in a clear plastic box with a cardboard insert. This allows visibility of the mouse to the right and still leaves Genius room to display the features. Under the image of the mouse charging a phone, there are icons covering its smartphone charging, the rechargeable LiPo battery, reserve power for the mouse, its 2.4GHz communication, the 1200DPI max of the sensor, that is has rubber grips, and that it is Windows 8 compatible.
This side of the packaging is left mostly open to allow a view of the side of the mouse. At the bottom there is the name of the mouse and a statement that it is a wireless mouse that powers up smartphones, and is then finished off with a QR code and the Facebook name to follow for Genius products.
Under the naming at the top, the power bank power level indicator is shown and displays how it uses four LEDs to show what the battery has left. It then goes on to show three smaller images and one larger image to show the features of the Energy. The bottom then covers four more specs in twenty-six languages.
The last panel offers images of situations in which the battery bank would come in useful. At the bottom Genius places the specs chart, features chart, as well as the package contents.
Inside of the box is a plastic tray. This tray is form fitted to the mouse to keep it snugly in place while sitting on the shelf or during transit. The wireless dongle, cable, and paperwork are all separated in individual compartments at the bottom of the tray.
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