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Mionix Avior 7000 Optical Gaming Mouse Review - Packaging and Documentation

Mionix Avior 7000 Optical Gaming Mouse Review
In search for an ambidextrous mouse with an optical sensor? The new Avior 7000 from Mionix may fit your needs. Let's take a look.
| Mice in Peripherals | Posted: Jan 15, 2014 2:01 pm
TweakTown Rating: 87%Manufacturer: Mionix

Packaging and Documentation

 

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As with every mouse we have seen from Mionix, there is flat black packaging that offers a large image of the mouse and the naming on the front panel.

 

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Spinning the box around, the back is much more informative. Here, the image of the mouse is surrounded with seven features like the DPI range, the coating, and the 32-bit MCU, just to name a few. At the right, the features are listed in various other languages to cover their customer base.

 

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On the only other panel that isn't just black, we are offered a QR Code to obtain the information from the site. This panel also shows the system requirements, and tells us that there is a mouse, and a guide inside of the box.

 

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Just like the rest, you have to slide the inner box out of the sleeve to gain access to the mouse. The inner box allows the cable to be tucked under the cardboard at the side, and the mouse is then covered in plastic to keep it protected, and locked in place for shipping.

 

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Under the mouse, you will locate the provided guide, as well as a sticker that you can put on anything your heart desires.

 

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Inside of the guide, Mionix covers the installation process, shows that you need the software for full customizability, and that they do offer a basic warranty for the term of one year inside of the USA.

 

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The back of the guide says in layman's terms, that if you have any questions, need specific support, want to register the mouse, or to get the software, you will need to visit their site.

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