Packaging, Accessories, and Documentation
The Dark Core RGB PRO SE comes packaged in a box with a black front panel, most of which is taken up by the image of the mouse in the middle. Across the bottom, we find that Corsair goes on to call this a wireless FPS/MOBA gaming mouse with Slipstream Technology, and just to the right of that explanation are mentions of QI charging, iCUE support, and Slipstream Technology.
As we move to the right side of the packaging, we run into a lot of bright yellow as the backdrop. Along with the company name, logo, and product name at the bottom, we also see the like "Win without Wires" as the tagline to this product.
Spinning the box again, we are now looking at the back, which is topped with the information we have covered already. Below, in four languages, we find features listed, containing the three connectivity methods, the 18,000 DPI max, 2000Hz polling, Type-C connector, and Qi charge compatibility, flanked by a pair of images of the Dark Core RGB PRO SE while illuminated. In the same four languages, at the bottom, we find the system requirements, which shows you need Bluetooth 4.0, Windows 7/ macOS 10.13 or newer, and an internet connection to obtain iCUE.
Spun the last time, the last panel of the packaging is almost the same as we saw on the opposing yellow panel, but this time, the tagline has been replaced by an image of the left side of the mouse.
Internally, the mouse rests under a plastic cover, which is folded into the yellow internal cardboard packaging. The cardboard keeps the mouse protected on both sides, with the plastic used to protect the surface treatments. In the lower half of the internal packaging, you will find all of the accessories and literature.
The accessories that come along with the Dark Core RGB PRO SE are all contained in this image. There is the black braided cable, with the USB-C connector and Velcro strap, to keep the cable tidy for travels. Between the ends of the cable, we find the optional right side cover plate, which adds texture and a wing, and we also see the Slipstream wireless dongle.
The literature that ships in the box, is made up of the manual, which gives you a rundown of all of what we covered, along with where to get the software, and basic usage information. It comes along with a safety and compliance insert due to its wireless connectivity, and there is also a warranty guide, with all the information needed, should an issue arise, and you need help with it.
Last updated: Apr 8, 2020 at 03:30 pm CDT
- Page 1 [Introduction, Specifications, and Pricing]
- Page 2 [Packaging, Accessories, and Documentation]
- Page 3 [Corsair Dark Core RGB PRO SE Wireless Gaming Mouse]
- Page 4 [iCUE Software]
- Page 5 [Gaming and General Impressions]
- Page 6 [Final Thoughts]