The Vengeance M60 is supplied in very similar packaging to its bigger brother, the M90, consisting of a plastic packet which closely fits the form of the mouse. This gives you an idea of the size, shape and ergonomics of the mouse without having to open the packet. It also removes the need for product images as you can see the mouse from every angle, without opening.
Corsair have chosen to use a red and black design for the packaging which differentiates the FPS range of Vengeance gaming peripherals from the MMO range. On the back of the packet we find a reasonably detailed breakdown of the technical specifications alongside a feature list that is repeated in a number of different languages.
As we found with the Vengeance M90, the included bundle is very small indeed, consisting only of a quick start guide and a warranty leaflet. The only item we would like to see Corsair including in future is some kind of carrying case for the removable weights that have been integrated into the mouse.