Packaging, Accessories and Documentation
Our Scroll X1 showed up in a black box with the image of the mouse mostly visible in the center. Down toward the bottom it shows that it is a High Performance Mouse from Etekcity.
Saving some cost in the packaging, the thinner side of it only offers the Etekcity name and a bright blue line at the bottom.
Spinning it now to the back of the box, we find the specifications we covered just under the Scroll X1 naming at the top. Below, we find an explanation of what went into the design and how these things are designed to make your user experience that much better.
With little else for Etekcity to say about the Scroll X1, this side also only sports the company name, and we even lost the blue line at the bottom this time.
Upon opening the box and sliding its contents onto the table, this is what we found. The mouse is simply put into a plastic bag, with the cable outside of it, left to just sit freely in the box. There is also some paperwork and other goodies slid in under the mouse as well. Even with such unimpressive internal packaging, this Scroll X1 showed up ready to work.
What is seen now is what is shipped under the Scroll X1. There is the user manual to show what the buttons do, that there is software to get, and how that all works to customize this mouse to fit your style. There is also a driver and software disc included, and something we don't even see in $80 mice, an extra set of feet.
PRICING: You can find the Etekcity Scroll X1 (M555) High Performance Optical Gaming Mouse for sale below. The prices listed are valid at the time of writing, but can change at any time. Click the link below to see real-time pricing for the best deal:
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