The Sensei Wireless’s box is actually smaller than many of the SteelSeries mice from the past. They did however stick with the same black and orange theme that all SteelSeries products have had for a few years now. The front has a photo of the mouse and its charging base taking up most of the space. Around on the back there is more information about the Sensei Wireless and its Software as well. When you open the box up there is a folder with all of your documentation. You get a SteelSeries sticker, small manual, and a paper telling you to turn off the mouse before unplugging it.

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Under the documentation the mouse itself sits in its little cubby hole, there is also a little flap that houses the USB cable as well. If you dig into the box even farther the charging base is up under everything else and wrapped up in plastic to keep it in perfect shape in shipping.

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garfi3ld replied the topic: #34795 23 May 2014 19:31
Before the weekend I take a look at SteelSeries' new Wireless mouse. Enjoy
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Arxon replied the topic: #34796 23 May 2014 19:59
I would agree the cost is what would keep me from buying this mouse.
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Lersar replied the topic: #34797 23 May 2014 21:27
I'm a SS fan boy and I think it's a bit over-priced as well. Somewhere between 120 and 130 seems right for me. If you find it near $100 I'd say its a steal. I pre-ordered it pretty much as soon as it was available and it has been a great mouse.

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