The front of the Packaging for the G500s is very similar to what we saw with the G510s and the G710+ as well. There is a photo of the mouse but half of the photo is an x-ray image of the mouse. It’s a nice peak inside and it kind of feels like Logitech is saying they have nothing to hide while putting it all out there. With the front opened up we have a little information about advanced surface materials and a side profile image of the G500s x-ray as well. On the other side we have the mouse itself in a formed plastic shell to allow you to get a feel for its shape before buying the mouse if you happen to be looking at it in a store.

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Around back there is another image of the G500s with three lines point out its features. On the Fly DPI Adjustment, Advanced Surface Coating, and weight and balance tuning. Beyond that we have a small specifications listing in the bottom corner. Much like the front they have kept things simple and to the point.

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After struggling with trying to open the packaging for a short period I did get the entire tray with the mouse sitting in it out. I love the blue color they used here and from what I have seen they are using this on a few of the other S series products that they just introduced. Once I got everything out I found that I had a setup guide and a safety/compliance/warranty guide for paperwork. On top of the paperwork and the mouse there is also a tin with the model name on it and all of the extra weights inside. 

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garfi3ld replied the topic: #30586 03 May 2013 21:48
Today we take a look at the G500s from Logitech to see how it compares to the ever popular G500 that it replaced.

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