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Bloody SP80 Bleeding Edge Gaming Mouse Review (Page 2)

By Chad Sebring from Jul 4, 2019 @ 10:00 CDT
TweakTown Rating: 96%Manufacturer: Bloody

Packaging, Accessories, and Documentation


With multiple shades of gray and geometric shapes used as the backdrop, the bright red accents, image, and text pops well. At the top is SP80 Bleeding Edge Gaming Mouse next to the site address and the Bloody handprint logo. Across the bottom, we find a mention of the LK optical switch use, and to the right are indications of 1:1 input, the use of an optical sensor, and that it sports RGB illumination.


The right side of the packaging keeps the same backdrop, and initially, you see the Bloody logo and the name of the mouse inside. However, the white test is a bit tough to read when looking into the contents and requirements sections, and even the support information below them. While also located on the bottom of the mouse, we do see that the packaging also displays the serial number if an issue comes up.


When we make it to the back of the box, we see the gray has been replaced with black, making all of the text much easier to read. Things start with a bit about Bloody, a section on what the optical sensor offers, yet another on the Light Strike switches, and the last of it covers the software.


The last panel on the box is a mix of both backdrops, where we again see the name of the mouse. To the right is a condensed specifications chart, where we do see the weight listed, the RGB color spectrum, the specific sensor used, as well as a mention of five levels of adjustable CPI settings.


Inside of the box, we find the mouse surrounded with dense foam that secures it in one spot for transit, with no chance of damaging it or the finishes. The cable and connector are separated in another opening, and all of the literature is found below the foam.


Under the foam, we found the warranty card, which gives you information on how to contact Bloody for both registration and warranty. To the right is a card to enable Core ¾ in the software, but for us, we got it by default without the need for this card at all. Lastly, there is a Bloody logo sticker to put on whatever you see fit to have it.

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