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Genius DeathTaker Professional Gaming Mouse Review Featured

by on22 April 2014 7652 times

The Box and Goodies -
The DeathTaker’s box is interesting. It has an industrial design with an unusual shape. At first glance I thought the box looked a little like a coffin, but after I showed it to a couple of people they said it looked more like a “cryo-tube”. In reality it does not matter what the intended shape was or is. The box is eye catching with just enough of a tease to get you interested if you were to see this on the shelf.
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Genius even gives you a view of the actual mouse once you open the front cover. Under the front cover and on the back you get some pretty detailed information about the features of the DeathTaker which would be very interesting if you were buying this in a store (which most people will not).

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After marveling at the detail of the box we get to what most of you really care about, what’s inside.
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Genius provides you with a manual, quick install guide drivers and utilities disk and even a guide for how to use the DeathTaker’s application. In short everything you might need to use the DeathTaker. There is also a small container that holds a few weights so you can adjust the feel of the DeathTaker.


Last modified on 22 April 2014
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