This version of the Snappy Wireless mouse is a nice, deep blue colour. Quite reflective, too.
As far as buttons go it has the usual left/right click and scroll wheel.
The underside of the mouse has the on/off switch (I’m going to assume the ability to turn it off is what the energy saving mode logo on the packaging was referring too), optical sensor and battery compartment on it. It takes a single, AA battery if you’re wondering.
It looks to have quite an ergonomic shape too, I imagine it sits quite nicely in the palm of your hand.
The USB receiver is tiny, pretty much the same Nano receiver a number of Speedlink mice use.
There’s not much else to say about it at this point, it’s a fairly standard mouse. No cool flashy lights, shiny bits or gadgets so let’s move on to testing.