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Das Keyboard Division Zero M50 Pro Laser Gaming Mouse Review

By: Chad Sebring | Mice in Peripherals | Posted: Apr 22, 2016 1:20 am
TweakTown Rating: 96%Manufacturer: Das Keyboard

Packaging, Accessories, and Documentation




Just like we saw with the X40, Division Zero goes with nothing but red for the packaging. On the front is the company name and logo at the top, the M50 name in the middle, and that this is a Pro Gaming Mouse, in a few languages.





The front panel is magnetically kept closed, and inside of it, we see an image of the M50, with features above it in English, and below it, those features listed in ten other languages. Off to the right, under plastic is the M50 mouse. This way you can get a look and feel for it before purchase.




Moving to the side of the box, we see the name and logo at the top. Below that, we then see titles and descriptions of features. First is the 4G sensor used, then it moves on to responsiveness, nine programmable buttons, use of advanced surface materials, and its ergonomic design.




As we make it around to the back, again the naming is found at the top. Below is a large image from the top of the M50 with six features pointed out. Below the image, Division Zero lists out what it is they were pointing to above.




The last of the side panels then offers up the interface and connectivity needed, lists the compatibility, moves into the system requirements, and ends with the dimension of the M50.




Inside of the box, we find that the M50 is supported and protected with a two-piece plastic inner container. The bottom is black to block the view of the cable and literature, but the top is clear to offer a full view of the mouse, yet keeps it centered in the package at the same time.




The guide to the left offers up features with an image that numbers each of the buttons for reference. It then moves onto plugging it in, where to find the software, whet the default DPI settings are, and even offers basic troubleshooting. The next piece offers congratulations, shows you where to go for support, and also offers up a way to win free stuff. Division Zero also includes a sticker of their logo.

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