Packaging and Documentation
The packaging of the E2700 is all made of plastic, some with printing on it, while other sections of information use a cardboard insert to be displayed on. Along with the information seen at the left, we also get a view of the touchpad, and even printed hand gestures that are used with it.
While this information was found on the front, we also found it on the longer side of the packaging. It displays the ten meters of range, the two-year warranty, and shows that there is a nano receiver that makes the setup wireless.
The back offers three major points with images. First is the fact that with the E2700, there is no need for a mouse. They also cover that you can plug this in and forget about it until it is needed next. Then it finishes with the range, and the 2.4GHz connection of this device.
After some system requirements and package contents, they proudly make note of the warranty again.
This is basically it for the paperwork. It shows the switch needs to be turned on, the nano receiver needs plugged into a PC, to replace batteries the cover slides to the left for their removal, and at the bottom it shows the three ways the touchpad can be used.
They also offer an address for troubleshooting, along with the copyright, safety, and warranty information; all of which can be found under and next to the illustrations we just covered, and it is repeated many times in various languages.
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- Page 2 [Packaging and Documentation]
- Page 3 [Rapoo E2700 Wireless Multimedia Touchpad Keyboard]
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