Mionix delivers the Avior 8200 in very sleek packaging. On the front of the box, there is a large image of the mouse at center stage with the company logo, name, and product name listed at the bottom. They also include the tagline "Light-years ahead of the game - Mionix.net".
On only one of the side panels will you find any information. Here Mionix covers the UPC and EAN barcodes with a QR code next to them. Mionix also delivers the system requirements, product information, and the package contents before they address that this was designed and engineered in Sweden.
The back of the box is the last place that Mionix used to deliver information on the Avior 8200. To the left, there is an image of the mouse, along with seven key features like the coating, lighting, DPI, and the processor used all being highlighted. To the right these features are again addressed, but now in 12 other languages.
Sliding out the center section from the thick cardboard sleeve that presented us with the information, the Avior is now visible. To the left, there is a bit of the cardboard that folds over to cover the wiring from the mouse that is displayed under the thin layer of plastic that is protecting it. As for the paperwork, that is send and packaged under the mouse inside of this box.
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