The Roccat Apuri itself is a very odd looking product, with a tripod like system and an extended central arm; I’m quite surprised it’s not called the Roccat Scorpion.
The arm in the centre is made from a softer rubber and therefore is very flexible. It’s also got rivulets through its centre which are designed to hold the mouse cabling.
On the base is a centralised Roccat logo surrounded by 3 blue strips of plastic that I assume will light up when the device is turned on.
Underneath two of the LED plastic strips are a pair of USB 2.0 expansion slots which allow for the plugging in of all your USB peripherals and devices.
On the underside of the Apuri is another Roccat logo which will light up when the device is turned on. There’s also a serial number box but interestingly mine doesn’t have one.
The feet are also made of soft rubber with a solid centre that support the Apuri nicely.