The TM’s packaging is fairly basic with an all-black design. On the front you have a photo of the mouse itself along with the TekRepublic logo. Around back you have all of the specifications listed in four different languages. Along the bottom of the back there are a few small logos that mention a few of the TM’s features like the weight tuning system, 6 DPI shift, and full speed USB 2.0. Back around at the front there is a front flap that opens up to reveal the mouse itself. The back side of the flap has a line drawing of the mouse and breaks down the mouse’s features along with their locations. The other benefit to the opening flap is the chance to try out the shape of the mouse before purchasing, the plastic is formed around the mouse giving you a good idea of what to expect.

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garfi3ld replied the topic: #21153 29 Nov 2011 20:16
A gaming mouse from someone other than the usual suspects
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Wingless92 replied the topic: #21165 29 Nov 2011 21:47
Nice, love the mouse reviews.

The problem is everyone's hands are different so trying them out first, before you buy is a big plus.

Glad to see someone else stepping up to the plate though.

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