The Cyber Snipa Stinger ships in a clear plastic blister pack with full color inserts, and comes with the mouse, an extra set of pads, driver/software CD, manual and weight box. The manual is printed in English with easy to follow descriptions and accompanying diagrams and screenshots.
The weight box is something I thought was pretty interesting. It houses seven individual foam compartments for storing 20g weights that can be transferred to the body of the Stinger as desired. With a butterfly cover and similar foam compartments inside the mouse, it is a snap to adjust the weight of the Stinger as you see fit.
The included CD contains the software driver and a macro editor. Neither is absolutely necessary as the mouse should be detected by the OS and function as a normal USB mouse without installing anything. However in order to get the full functionality of the Stinger, it is recommended to at least install the driver. The mouse functions are completely customizable including six of the nine buttons as user-defined macros. Simply record keystrokes into the editor and save to a specific button.
Next let's take a look at the different settings and use of the Stinger.