Reviews and Problems with Cooler Master CM Storm Recon
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I love it, but not the mouse buttons
Julian Crews, Amazon
1 May 2014
Summary: I bought this mouse because, like all the previous bluetooth mice i've owned, the bluetooth connector finally gave out and I needed a replacement. Since I game, I needed mouse buttons on the sides and adjustable dpi. This mouse fit that role better than I thought it would and I would recommend this to just about anyone. The only downside to this mouse is that mouse buttons are placed pretty weird.
Summary: This mouse is comfortable to my hand. I like the texture, its that sort of rubbery black material, feels cool. The lights are pretty sweet that they change color. I do like the quick dpi switch but I wish there was more adjust-ability. Its a BIG jump from one setting to the next.
Summary: This is a good mouse for the price. It's accurate and it looks nice with the lights. One con tho: the mouse is on the smaller side of mouses, if you have big hands like me I suggest going for the g400s since it's around the same price point.
Summary: I've used Razer Abyssus a while ago and was using Logitech G300 models before giving this CM Storm Recon a try. For those who are not familiar, both Razer Abyssus and G300 are on the lighter side of gaming mouse in terms of weight, and sized for relatively small hand size. As for the grip, I use more of a "semi claw grip" where I don't arch my palm as much as traditional claw type grip, but instead let the right side of my palm rest slightly on the butt of the mouse.
Summary: It's a quality mouse with plenty of customizability. The buttons are nice and clicky, both the top (black) and side (gray) textures are oddly pleasant while aiding grip, and the form factor works great for my left-handed palm grip. The software has an issue where some of the right-side panel in the dashboard just doesn't show up, which makes certain options unusable. Hopefully that is addressed in a patch.
Summary: -The mouse is fairly well constructed. -Took some time getting used to its hump/bump which is almost on the center of the mouse, which makes it feel im dragging it around with my fingers and not nearly as much with my palm. -It feels accurate enough for gaming, not as much for photoshop (small detailing). -The software is ok but the mouse is limited to preset DPI settings (say 800, you cant go 850 or 910, etc). -Glides great, weight is on the light side.
Summary: For the price you're getting a lot of features that are usually reserved for mice that cost $60+ so if you're on a budget but want something that is quite capable and stylish than this is your best bet.
Summary: I bought this mouse for a client build, I had previously bought a CM Storm mouse for another build and it was a very nice mouse. I was looking for a good gaming mouse that wouldn't break the bank, and I found it here on Amazon. It had everything I was looking for, adjustable DPI settings, selectable lighting, and great performance. All at a great price.