The Energy Mouse is on display right from the start through its clear plastic packaging. The front of the packaging also gives us pretty much everything we need to know from the battery’s capacity to the dpi of the mouse’s sensor. We also see the Windows 8 compatibility sensor and that stylish blue color.
The rear gives us more information on how to read the four LED battery indicators as well as the rundown of what is in the packaging.
And upon cracking open the plastic we find everything there as it should be. Packed in with the mouse is a short micro USB to USB cable to charge the battery, users guide and the USB pico FOB that the wireless mouse uses for communication.
Finally we, of course, have the Energy Mouse in hand.