All Dolled Up
Opening up the mouse packaging, you can lift the lid and see the mouse itself below the protective plastic (because we don't want grubby fingers on a product before you buy it!)
And liberating the mousey from its hole is a simple procedure that does not require scissors or lasers.
The matt finish of the mouse is nice to see, black being a choice colour for gamers because it looks so bad ass!
Flipping the mouse, we can see the laser tracker on the mouse as well as the Teflon glide feet and a compartment for weight adjustment.
The weight holder itself contains 3gram ingots to allow you to adjust the device to your liking. I prefer a heavy mouse overall so that I'm less likely to make jerky un-necessary movements.
Right side up, we can get a closer look at the smooth finish of the mouse and the cleverly crafted ergonomics. This is a really nice mouse to hold in the hand!
We also see the DPI adjustment buttons below the scroll wheel as well as the Mionix logo which just looks awesome.
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