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Feenix Vitesse Optical Gaming Mouse Review

By: Chad Sebring | Mice in Peripherals | Posted: Nov 9, 2016 5:50 pm
TweakTown Rating: 94%Manufacturer: Feenix

Packaging, Accessories, and Documentation




Simple elegance is the idea when it comes to Feenix packaging. The top of the box containing the Vitesse only offers the gray Feenix logo, printed on a box which is white on all sides.





Moving from the last image to the smaller panel on the right of it, we see the product name. Again, just a simple, clean script is used to deliver the naming. As for the other side like this, there is nothing found on that panel, nor is there anything on the two smaller sides of the box.




Even when it comes to the back of the box, there is little to be found. There is a pair of stickers sealing the packaging from the factory, and near the bottom we see that this mouse was designed in the USA, but assembled in China.




Inside of the box, we find the Vitesse resting in a two-piece plastic container. The bottom half of it is made of white plastic continuing that clean look to the packaging and holds the mouse a few millimeters off the bottom of the cardboard box. The top layer is clear, and not only shows off the Vitesse under it, but it is also what keeps this mouse in place while in transit. As for our Vitesse, it has turned up at our door in pristine condition.




There is a postcard sized insert that comes with the Vitesse with the Feenix logo on the obverse of what you see here. This insert tells us that the Vitesse is ready right out of the box, it has no software, and where to contact Feenix if you are to run into an issue. It then makes mention of the plastic layer found on the feet under the Vitesse, and also explains the DPI and LED settings it offers.




As for the pair of extra Teflon feet shipped with the Vitesse, they are black, and also ship with a plastic layer on them to help protect the finish which will rub against your desk or mouse pad. The curved foot is then used for the back edge of the Vitesse, while the straighter one to the right is used along the front edge.

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