Packaging and Documentation
The packaging is kept simple with the use of clear and red plastic to contain the mouse for shipping. On the front we see that it's Vibration Force Feedback, and it being made for Windows 8 come even above the product naming, so they must be proud of that.
The right side of the packaging contains many versions of what we see here, the package contents list. What we find odd is that while it says here that we get a wireless mouse and Nano receiver, we see it also says there are supposed to be AA batteries in the mouse, but you will see that is not the case, at least not with our sample.
Around back, on the large red panel, we find that this can be customized for Windows 8 shortcuts, it has tactile feedback in the scroll portion of the mouse, it offers four-way swiping, and it is also built on 5GHz technology, so there is not much out there to interfere with its signal.
The last panel offers a little bit of information at this end. It states that this is a wireless touch mouse inside the box, but it also denoted the two-year warranty the T120P offers.
Inside of the outer layer of plastic packaging, we find the mouse is pressed into the bottom of a much thicker plastic based inner packaging. This is what offers all of the protection for the mouse inside, and delivered our T120P in perfect condition. Under the mouse is also a bit of paperwork to look over.
As we unfold the paper under the mouse, we find a basic guide of how to use the T120P. It shows how to remove the back panel, where the switch is, and how to use the four-way touch section where a scroll wheel typically is. We also see there is a place where it shows how to get full control of the functionality to grab the software, but there is a whole other issue there that we will cover later.
In case you missed it on the packaging, on the back side of what we just saw in the last image, Rapoo once again addresses the warranty, and where to go to see the terms and conditions.