Razer Imperator Gaming Mouse Review
The design of the packaging is very similar to others that we have seen from Razer in the past. The front of the box doubles as a door that can be opened to reveal the mouse inside and the back and sides are filled with features, specifications and product photographs.
The cardboard itself is a little flimsy but, thanks to the expanse of plastic inner packaging, the Imperator is very well protected.
Like the Abyssus mouse that we reviewed recently the Imperator has a basic bundle. In fact, the only extra item we find in the box is a cardboard wallet containing a quick-start guide, various leaflets and some stickers. Once again we are directed to the Razer website to download the mouse drivers rather than receiving them on a disc. This may be a little inconvenient but it does ensure that the end user has the best available version.