Packaging, Accessories, and Documentation
On the fr4ont of the box, Bloody packs it with information. While using a brushed metal look around the edge with a large black center, Bloody shows off the mouse in the middle with indications of the Optic micro switches, the Ultra Core 4 software, the 8200CPI, along with the Metal X'Glide feet and the adjustable weight system. It isn't until you reach the bottom that you find the AL90 Blazing Laser Gaming Mouse name of this product.
The front cover is held closed with a small section of hook and loop material, which allows a view of the AL90 once opened. We also found cards inside, one showing where to get the software, and another card to register the AL90 for its two-year warranty. Inside of the cover we see four key features of the software, and how they all work to benefit your gaming.
The right side of the box shows off features and specifications. At the top are four features listed, followed by information on the tracking capabilities, the responsiveness of the mouse and its buttons, as well as a section on durability. At the bottom, there is a QR Code to take you to the product page, and also the site address under it.
The back of the box appears much like the front of the box, but this time there are more details added to what is being featured. There are discrepancies to the lifespan of the optical switches versus the chart provided earlier, but carrying on, we find a narrative to the use of Optic Micro Switches and a description of the X'Glide Metal Mouse Feet.
On the last side of the external packaging, we see that it repeats what is found on the other side, down to every last detail.
Inside of the box, we find our AL90 protected with a dual layer system of plastic parts, which not only keeps the mouse in one spot in transit, but also has high sides to take on any impacts in shipping, and is also used to cover and protect it. All of this worked as intended, as out AL90 showed up in perfect condition.
We did find more inside of the box, shipped with the plastic inner packaging. It was this pair of Bloody hand logo stickers so that you can show your pride on your case, on the wall, or even on your mode of transportation. We will say this though, this has to be one of the coolest logos in peripheral history, and we were more than happy to stick them on our mirror of stickers in our office.
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