Conclusion: Cooler Master has once again shown that they can create a quality product no matter if it is something that is not in their comfort zone or not. The Cooler Master Spawn gaming mouse would be an excellent selection for those looking for a professional gaming mouse that does not hurt the wallet. Note that this mouse is not for everyone.
Excerpt: CM Storm continues their impressive lineup of gaming peripherals with the Spawn mouse. It looks great, performs even better, and provides a level of comfort that anyone favoring the claw-grip style will appreciate. There's enough buttons to provide plenty of customization options, and Japanese-made Omron switches are beneficial for heavy usage and long term durability.
Cooler Master Storm Spawn Gaming Mouse Video Review
19 May 2011
Summary: The Cooler Master Storm Spawn Gaming Mouse has a 3500 DPI optical sensor, 60 IPS, 20G, 7 programmable buttons, rubber grips, long cable and is affordable. If you're right handed and have average to large sized hands, this might be the mouse for you.
Excerpt: Cooler Master's entrance into the gaming peripherals market with their Storm line has been a smooth one, so far consisting of mice and mouse pads. Arguably the most important gaming gear needed. It began with the Sentinel Advance and quickly moved to the Inferno . Each offers a world of features to enhance the gaming experience. Cooler Master’s newest addition to their Storm mouse lineup is the Spawn .
Excerpt: Another weapon joins the online battlefield as CM Storm brings you the Spawn gaming mouse. It's an ultra-responsive device that has been specially crafted for claw grip gamers. Competitive gamers will marvel at its lightweight, ergonomic and reassuringly solid design. Made for precise in-game tactical maneuvers, the Spawn mouse is topped with a high-performance 3500 DPI sensor, highly accurate scroll wheel, and includes extremely durable Japanese-made Omron micro...
Summary: The CM Storm Spawn has great build quality and some innovative design features, but the existence of slightly older Inferno in the CM Storm product range really makes this mouse rather irrelevant, especially when they are prices so closely to each other. It is a good mouse, but it isn't better than the Inferno.
Overall I enjoyed the feel and comfort of the Spawn. It has a unique design which conforms well to your hand. However, I found it to be difficult to use in fast paced games and situations. I always felt like there was something missing for my palm, since I had a tendency to move my fingers back on the mouse. Maybe it’s because I have large hands or maybe it’s because I’m just used to larger mice.
Summary: When I first hooked up the CM Spawn I was a little bit skeptical of it due to the small size of this mouse. The CM Spawn is a much smaller and lighter mouse that I traditionally use and for the first 15 minutes of use I was wondering if I would be able to get used to it. 15 minutes later after I had stopped thinking about the mouse and what I liked and didn’t like (and basically over-analyzing it) and when I stopped playing a game I realized that I had already pretty...
Pros: High Performance, Smooth Feel, Customizable (Macros), Smaller Size than some other Gaming Mice, Lightweight yet still very Sturdy
Summary: The Spawn is an attractive, well-made gaming mouse from Cooler Master's Storm division. Offering an adjustable three-way optical sensor up to 3500 DPI, seven programmable buttons and precise scroll wheel and micro switches with up to five million clicks, the Spawn should provide many years of happy gaming. The 32Kb of onboard memory allows you to customize and save your preferences, for true plug-and-play operation on any machine without having to install the software.