Packaging, Accessories, and Documentation
The HyperX Pulsefire Surge RGB comes in a box similar to what other HyperX products are shipped in. On the front we see mentions of the dynamic 360-degree lighting effects; that it works with NGenuity software, that it is RGB capable, all around the image of the illuminated mouse.
The panel to the right offers a list of features, like the sensor used, the maximum DPI, use of Omron switches, the six buttons, and its 100-gram weight. We also see that HyperX is an official sponsor of Intel Extreme Master and NAVI. At the bottom, we see the system requirements, which are not out of the ordinary.
Typically the back of the box is where you will find a lot more information than this, but HyperX covers only the programmability of the mouse, and an image from the top of it, a mention of the two-year warranty, and that you can get free technical assistance, should you have an issue.
The last panel on the outside of the box keeps things basic. We see the company name, a view of the side of the Pulsefire Surge RGB, and at the bottom is the address to find out more about HyperX mice.
Inside of the box, HyperX uses rigid cardboard to be the inner packaging. It is folded over itself at the bottom to retain the cable and leave room for the literature. As for the mouse, it is resting under clear plastic, well protected, and allowed this Pulsefire Surge RGB to arrive in spectacular condition.
The literature in the box consists of the quick start guide on the left, where HyperX covers the overview of the product, connectivity, and where to locate the software. On the right is a congratulatory statement on buying the mouse.
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