Packaging, Accessories and Documentation
This time things look a bit higher-end with the packaging as they give it a brushed metal look, and spend time to make the multi-coloured design behind the image of the Scroll Alpha. At the top, we see that this is a professional gaming mouse, and that it is indeed from Etekcity.
The front of the box flips up from the bottom, exposing the Scroll Alpha, behind a layer of clear plastic. Behind the cover, we see the mouse with an ergonomic design notation on it. It then mentions the six DPI levels you can set, and goes into the color associated with each of those default settings.
The brushed metal look continues onto the sides, and on this one, we find the specifications that we just covered, along with an image of the Scroll Alpha powered up with red LEDs.
Without a lot to say, Etekcity just displays their name here on more of that brushed metal backdrop.
On the back though, we start with an image of the mouse stating features like the gold plating, locations of buttons, and the ergonomic grip. At the bottom, we see it used with a claw grip to show its ergonomic-ness.
As we move to a new panel again, we are back to just the Etekcity make and more of the angled texture.
Inside of the box, there is the grey cardboard insert that holds the plastic cover, and thus keeps the mouse safe in its travels. Under that insert, you should locate a driver and software disc, along with the user manual to help you get set up and explain how the Scroll Alpha works.
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