Packaging and Documentation
The Rapoo 3920 arrives in a clear plastic box with a cardboard insert that holds the mouse and nano receiver in the center for viewing and shipping purposes. Around the 3920P, we see the 5GHz band, and the twelve-month battery life. We also see the mouse is Windows 8 ready, and it will track on anything. The receiver, and the 4D wheel near the bottom are also noted here.
The bottom shows us the model number and color in the center, and to the right, we find the serial number. Along with the Windows compatibility icons to the right, we can see the fine print - lifespan and operating distance will depend on use, and environment.
The top is the only other small panel to offer any information. Here we find the Rapoo name with "the ultimate wireless" tagline above it. We also see there are seals on the packaging, and there is a sticker to the left, but we have no idea what it says.
As we reach the back panel of the packaging, we find that it repeats much of what we saw already, but since there is more room here, this information is given in multiple languages.
Along with the mouse and the nano receiver, there is a folded quick start guide. The guide shows to open the battery door, and there is room for the receiver to be stored there. Then it shows to plug the receiver into a PC, and it also shows what the buttons do.
On the opposing side, we find troubleshooting, copyright, safety, and warranty information. The bottom section of the page appears to be a product registration form, but you will likely need a translator to figure this out.
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