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Article by: Jackie Mueller (Hardware Reviewer)
Edited By: Nathan Glentworth (Owner / Head Editor)
Product was submitted by: CM Storm
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PRODUCT PICTORIAL AND WALKTHROUGH



The thumb area has two side buttons that are common to most all modern gaming mice. I instantly noticed how light and easy to press these buttons were. There's also another rubber grip area on this side.



The business end of the mouse features large left and right click buttons with Japanese made Omron switches that can endure 5 million clicks. The scroll wheel is clickable, and the two additional buttons are for on the fly DPI switching (800, 1600, 3500).



Flipping the mouse over, we can see the optical sensor as well as two large pads to assist the mouse in gliding over a surface. The pads are very smooth and get the job done well.



The mouse cord is a generous 6 feet long and has a gold plated USB connector. This gold plating is fairly common amongst gaming peripherals these days.

 

PRODUCT INSTALLATION AND TESTING



The software interface is divided into four tabs. The main control tab is where most of the configuration will take place. Button assignments and adjustments for double click, scrolling, and pointer acceleration are done here.

 

 


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