The G400s’ packaging continues the same “science” them that the rest of the product line has for its packaging. You have a photo of the mouse on the cover with half of it transparent showing an X-rayed image of the mouse. The cover opens up and behind the door you have full access to get your hands on the G400s to see if the shape fits your hand very well. There is a short bit on the left about how science wins, but nothing to important. Being able to get your hand on the mouse itself is really what sells it here.
Around on the side Logitech does include a full specification listing for the G400s, this isn’t something I see on many mice, but it is a welcomed addition. The back of the box has another photo of the mouse, this time without any transparency. You can see the design better now and to help they have highlighted a few of the G400s’s key features with short descriptions on them.
Inside, along with the mouse itself, you get a setup guide and a small paper with information on the G400s’ safety information and warranty. There isn’t a drive or software disc included. You will have to go to Logitech’s website to download the most up to date version.