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Gigabyte Aivia Krypton Gaming Mouse Review
|Date:||Thu, Aug 30, 2012 - 12:00 AM|
|Written By:||Raymond Buckland -|
Unboxing the Krypton Mouse
Gigabyte gives us an image of what this mouse looks like on the front of the box, and in the upper left hand corner, Gigabyte gives us three main points of interest of the Krypton mouse. These include: that this mouse is a Laser mouse, that it has ‘on the fly’ DPI adjustments, and that this mouse also contains onboard memory.
Turning the box 90° to the right brings us to where Gigabyte lists general features of the Krypton mouse in several different languages.
Making our way towards the backs side of the box, this is where Gigabyte goes into more detail about some of the more unique features of the Krypton mouse.
Rotating the box another 90° to the right brings us to the final side, and this side tells us that this mouse utilizes a dual chassis design. One lower chassis contains Teflon based skates, while the second chassis utilizes a scratch free ceramic skates for speed.
The box actually uses a sleeve that has to be removed prior to us removing the mouse from its confines.
Upon removing the sleeve from the inner box, all we can see is the name Aivia in embossed gold lettering.
Opening up the box we can tell that Gigabyte does a fairly good job to ensure that this mouse will not get harmed during packaging or shipping. Gigabyte also places the instruction manual inside of an envelope to keep its contents from being scattered.
A better look at how Gigabyte secures the Krypton mouse inside of the box.
Once we remove the mouse and the mouse holder, there is another smaller box inside of the main box.
In this lower box is where the second replaceable chassis is located, the included extra weights, and a weight removal tool that are encased in a foam rubber.
The entire contents of the packaging laid out, what we get is the Krypton mouse, a second chassis, extra weights, and a weight removal tool.
This is what came inside of the included envelope, a user’s guide and some extra Teflon feet.
Next Page - Krypton Mouse Overview
Page 1 - The Krypton Mouse
Page 2 - Unboxing the Krypton Mouse
Page 3 - Krypton Mouse Overview
Page 4 - The Krypton Ghost Software
Page 5 - Final Thoughts of the Gigabyte Krypton Mouse