Repackaged in the black and yellow colours of Corsair Gaming adorned with the twin sabres in silver, the packaging is really eye catching. The RGB features is displayed in quite large so it would be hard to mistake which version it was, as well as noting that this contains a high precision 8200 DPI sensor.
At the back
On the reverse side there is a diagram of the product pointing out some of the major features, Omron switches rated for 20 million clicks (That's DOTA2 sorted for a week), a high mass scroll wheel, and adjustable weights are all returning features for the M65.
The packaging allows the customer to peer inside at the mouse should they wish to take a look before they buy, this also allows for some more information to be displayed about the LED customisation.
Inside the packaging the bundle is a little scarse, with just the mouse, a quicks start guide and a warranty card to be found. Which is curious as many other mice at this price level would at least include a small case to place the adjustable weights in.