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- Great for people with small hands
- Lightweight cable
- Pixart 3389 optical sensor, best there is
- Ability to create profiles per executable
I think I finally found my end game mouse...
For reference, my hand size is about 19cm x 10cm and use claw grip. Previously, I've used other gaming mice such as Logitech G Pro Wireless, Finalmouse Ultralight Phantom, Finalmouse UL2, and G-Wolves Skoll. Pros: • 53g total weight is incredible • M1 and M2 clicks were very crisp in my copy with no...
Cooler Master MM710 Review - Is It TOO LIGHT For A Gaming Mouse?
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Good For Version 1, But Should Have Been Better
The Good - Very light - Super feather light cable, not stiff. Don't even notice it is there - Good for people with small hands (probably too small for large hands though) - Pixart 3389 optical sensor, best there is. - Ability to create profiles per executable - Ability to record and create macros - ...
Cooler Master MM710 Review: My new main?!? Best Budget Friendly Mouse Available In 2020
Also, the sensor has a 3389, and it's really good. Getting a 3389 sensor on a fifty dollar mouse is something that's just amazing, along with the fact that it's super light has a decent, cable and has great clicks. This mouse is a budget beast
The best mouse I've ever used.
I think feel is one of the most important aspects to mice. I've used Zowies, Logitech, etc. I have relatively small hands and I'm a claw/fingertip grip user, so it's been a challenge trying to find a mouse that fits my hands perfectly. I settled on the Zowie S2 and Logitech G305. Until this came alo...
Cooler Master MM731 First Impressions & Performance (+ AMA of course); a good product held back by terrible firmware.
This mouse uses Cooler Master's MasterPlus+ (yes, two plusses) software package, the settings offered are pretty standard compared to other brands, DPI, macros, lighting and a sleep mode/low power mode time setting, the Button Response slider is noteably fixed and is defunct. **Conclusion**.
WORST LIGHTWEIGHT MOUSE! Cooler Master MM710 53G Gaming Mouse Honest Review
I can't recommend this at all. Even it was 30 bucks, 20 bucks. I still would not recommend it
Right and left-handed