GX Gaming has used the same shape to the package that I have seen before, but this time there is a lot more of an industrial metal look to the Maurus X packaging. The mix of black as a background with all the natural colored metal surrounding it makes the black and red mouse in the middle really pop off the front.
The right side panel continues with the industrial theme and shows that this is an FPS/RTS approved gaming mouse. This is also where you break the grip of the Velcro to see inside of the packaging and get more information.
Along with the ability to now see the mouse under a layer of plastic on the right side, the inside of the cover reveals three out of the four UI screens to control the Maurus X. They cover the button assignment, the Macro screen, and the settings pages to give you an idea of what to expect.
Around the back of the packaging things start with an image of the Maurus X and eight features shown, described, and pointed to around it. Towards the bottom you have three features listed in 22 languages covering the DPI range, enhanced size and its ambidextrous nature in design.
This last panel offers buyers a look at the system requirements, which are very basic in their needs, the package contents, and finishes off with some of the finer points of what that Avago ADNS3090 optical sensor is capable of dealing with.
Inside of the box there is a two layer plastic inner package to keep the mouse centered and well protected in transit. Just like with many other mice, the literature and such is shipped under the plastic inner components.
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