I would like to thank I-Rocks
for supplying the review sample.
I-Rocks has its headquarters in Taiwan with a factory in China. The company produces mice, keyboards and hard drive as well as other PC accessories.
This is how they describe themselves:
I-ROCKS Technology is a renowned Taiwanese brand of computer peripherals that are sold worldwide, continually providing its clients and customers with innovative high-quality. computer peripheral IO devices. Since it's establishment, I-ROCKS has insisted on innovation, utility R&D, and successful marketing, there by providing high-quality, high-value products which meet customer needs in every possible way. Currently, I-ROCKS has manufacturing facilities in China and branches in many countries, all with the goal of embracing globalization and international developments in marketing, and providing customers with high-quality peripheral products at reasonable prices. I-ROCKS is a leading brand name and manufacturer of computer, Internet, and online gaming products.
Rocks is dedicated to achieving excellence in computer peripherals, contributing to I-Rocks' overall viability and leadership to provide quality, service and competitive pricing to our customers while maintaining a safe and environmentally sound workplace which upholds I-Rocks' reputation as a responsible corporate citizen.
To be the most innovative, advanced, and the largest peripherals provider.
We get to take a look at the IR-7330L 4-Way Navigation Laser Mouse. It comes in three different colors:
- Key numbers : 5 buttons.
- Sensor Technology : Avago Laser Sensor.
- Resolution : Selectable 800 and 1600 dpi resolution.
- Image Processing : 6400fps.
- Cable Length : 1.5M.
- Interface : USB.
- Dimensions : 117.5(L) X 90(W) X 44(H)mm.
- Certifications : Laser Class 1、FCC、CE、BSMI、C-Tick、RoHS.
We get to try out the red variant today.
The packaging is made out of high quality and very thick card board. The window shows the mouse and its color, while the back lists the features in four different languages. The entire package can be hung up on a shelf. The name of the mouse is not very creative. Any user looking for a gaming mouse will most likely opt for something with a cool name instead of a mere model number.
I was a bit surprised to find a CD inside the packaging, as the back of the card board box mentioned the mouse and a manual, but no CD. Turns out there is a driver CD and the product website mentions it - just not the packaging.