The mouse comings well packaged in the usual Arctic Cooling colors and is easy to see through the clear front. The back of the box contains the features / specifications in a variety of languages.
Removing the outside box we see the mouse is well packed with a small instruction booklet. The instruction booklet gives a brief explanation of the different buttons and how to use them. Once the packaging is removed, we see the ergonomic contours of the mouse.
On the top we see the usual scroll wheel. The interesting “double-bullet” button next to the scroll wheel should be easy to find and hit. The button to change the DPI settings is also near the scroll wheel (below it), but more on that in a moment.
Flipping the mouse over we see the compartment with four removable weights. Also now visible are the backward/forward buttons for use during web browsing.
In the above picture you can see the indicator light is now activated. Dark, it is on 800dpi, green is 1600dpi, and red is 2400dpi. The difference is clear with a quick glance.
On the next page we will see how those features panned out and present some conclusions for you.