Packaging, Accessories, and Documentation
Using yellow to grab your attention, Corsair put their name at the top and the product name at the bottom, next to a nod to the software. This leaves the bulk of the panel uninterrupted so that they could place a near life-size image of the mouse on it.
The right side of the box goes back to the black we are used to seeing but offers very little information. Along with the company and product name, we see "CONTROL FREAK," which we can only assume is describing the type of user that would buy the Ironclaw RGB.
Four times the list of weight, DPI, onboard storage, and programmable buttons are mentioned, to the left of a pair of images of the Ironclaw RGB. At the bottom, system requirements are also listed four times, where the USB port, a Windows 7 or newer OS, and an internet connection are listed.
The left side of the box is like the right, but with one change. Rather than putting words on the right end of the panel, we have another image of the mouse this time.
Inside of the box, the Ironclaw RGB is secured under a form-fitting plastic dome, to ensure it stays in place while in transit. Beyond the plastic, there is cardboard which has been folded to capture the plastic cover, as well as adding strength to the box, hopefully keeping it from being crushed under other more massive packages in the truck.
In a gap found under the inner packaging, there is room for the paperwork. There is a guide offering information on the mouse, as well as showing how to connect it and where to go for the software. To the right of it is the warranty information, explaining what is covered for two years.
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