FUNC MS-3 Gaming Mouse Review
FUNC, a Californian based company, recently went through a bit of a revamp and revival. Having been relatively quiet for a number of years toward the end of 2012 they re-launched with a new range of gameplay surfaces the Surface 1030.
Today on our test bench we will be taking a look at their first gaming mouse in their new range, the MS-3. The MS-3 is a 10 button large gaming mouse with a unique thumbzone button configuration and we are keen to see if it lives up to the quality reputation that FUNC have for their products.
Packaging and Bundle
FUNC package the MS-3 in a medium size white box, which like the rest of their product range is reasonably plain on the front cover. Flipping the box over we find a large graphic of the MS-3 along with a highlight of the key features of the mouse.
The box in which the MS-3 is supplied has a flip cover on the front, allowing us to see the mouse as it is housed in a clear plastic sleeve. It is here we get our first glimpse of the MS-3, and that it is a considerable size.
Provided along with the mouse we have a driver and software disc and a product manual. It is nice to see a software disc as most companies these days just refer the consumer to their website where we have to download the latest drivers and configuration software.