The packaging of the ZM-GM4 is pretty thorough for the limited area a mouse box offers. Of course, we see the mouse front and center, but around it are seven icons denoting features found in the design. At the bottom they address the product naming, and offer the web address, but to the right, they even spell out the multi-custom hand grip system in this design.
The front of the packaging will open up once the pair of magnets on the side are released. Inside of the lid we find an image of the mouse we can plainly see at the right. Multiple angles are used to point out all of the buttons, adjustment points, and where the onboard tool is located.
Since both of the side panels are identical, we will only show one of them. On this panel there is simply the company name in smaller text, with the product naming in a much bigger font, taking up the bulk of the panel.
On the back we start with another image of the ZM-GM4, but below that image there are six features listed (in eight different languages) that are contained in, or on, this design. Under those, we see the same specifications list we just covered earlier.
Inside of the cardboard, after lifting the lid, you can remove the two-part plastic inner packaging. This keeps the mouse in place, and also offers solid protection against potential damages during transit. We can also see the lid of a little tin to the right, while the rest of the paperwork and accessories can be found beneath.
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