Packaging
The Black gaming mouse comes in a retail package that is very similar to the Challenger Pro, the metal design likely a consistent theme future eSports products from Thermaltake will see. A large action shot of the mouse is centered on the front as well as a few feature callouts. Like the majority of gaming mice packaging, the Black comes in a windowed box. Opening the front door reveals a feature diagram of the mouse and a specification comparison to a generic laser mouse. The plastic window that allows consumers a preview of the product also allows them to get a taste for the grip of the Black gaming mouse without opening the package.

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Inside, you'll first be greeted by a nice carrying pouch blanketing the reference material and driver disc. The Black gaming mouse rests patiently on the other side. The peripheral also comes with five 4.5g weight discs, which are already pre-installed in the mouse.

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Wingless92's Avatar
Wingless92 replied the topic: #16381 30 Jun 2011 20:00
Nice Adam.

I like the idea of only one button but I'm so used to having two, one for Vent and the other one to go "Back".

The back button is used so much that I don't know if I could live with out it.

I like the style of this mouse though. My G500 is pretty ugly in retrospect.

There was another mouse that you reviewed that had a turbo button mode. That would be awesome for a mouse like this. COD auto pistols, lol.
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garfi3ld replied the topic: #16386 30 Jun 2011 23:10
z axis issues ftl

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