Packaging, Accessories, and Documentation
The packaging is a bit oddly shaped with six sides and a top and bottom rather than four, but the front panel gets right to the point. Here we are given the company and product naming above an image of the Neon. At the bottom, they cover the DPI level, the button count, and its ambidextrous and ergonomic design.
There are two magnetic catches on the right side of the front panel that allow you to open it up and see the Neon under a layer of plastic. Inside of the cover to the left is a description of the Neon again covering features we have covered, but at the bottom it says "sleek, precise, versatile, it's all about evolution."
The right side, well, we will call it that, has the Ozone name in shiny black on matte black, and at the bottom, it shows we have the white edition. The right half covers the design, software, onboard memory, polling rates, and the response rate adjustment.
The back panel offers the naming to start things off followed with an image of the mouse with five features pointed out with basic descriptions. The lower half of the panel is then used to list the four main features of the Neon in eight other languages, and the last line offers its Windows compatibility.
This last side, as we are calling it, starts to the left with comments about the Neon from Ozone MVP Choi "DanDy" In-kyu, shows three pro-teams that use Ozone products, and also shows us the mouse dimensions. The right side then has the Ozone name and logo followed by five features in the boxes.
Inside the box, we found our white edition Neon sandwiched between black plastic under it and the clear plastic top that snaps into it. The plastic is also taller than the mouse around three sides, so not only does the mouse stay in one place, crushing or dropping the packaging will not result in damages to the mouse unless they are extreme cases. As for our sample, it arrived safely and in great shape.
In the lower section of plastic, the cord is wound, tied tightly, and stored for travel, but we also found the user manual, which takes you from plugging it in to every detail about the software found on the mini-disc to the right. We were also given a sticker to proudly display the brand somewhere.
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- Page 2 [Packaging, Accessories, and Documentation]
- Page 3 [Ozone Neon Precision Laser Mouse]
- Page 4 [Inside the Neon]
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