The front of the package is very attractive with picture of the mouse above the Razor Naga emblems amidst a svelte matt black/dark green background. A theme which continues to both sides of the package which display a message from 'RazorGuy', promoting the product further on one side and the other giving an overview of the main features.
The rear of the box is a fetching as the front with an overview schematic of the mouse and the feature list printed below in 10 of the World's most popular languages.
Something I like to see with mouse packaging is the ability to 'try before you buy'. While it is not exactly ideal or precise it does give you an indication for how the mouse feel in your hand. Razer it seems appreciate this and have provided a window for this very purpose.
Razer have the accessories hidden away inside a discreet black envelope...
...which opens up to reveal a quick start guide, a master guide, introductory note and Razer membership offer along with a pair or window stickers and a set of spare thumb rests of varying sizes. Perhaps the only accessory missing are spare Teflon feet but other than that it is a good selection of accessories included with the product.