Summary: Bought this back in 2012 after my old Intellimouse died and I couldnt find any reasonably priced fingertip grip mice. Lasted 3 years almost to the day before my left click finally started double clicking, even after cleaning out the switch the problem stayed.
Pros: ~very comfortable for claw/fingertip grip users ~clicks feel meaty, not light with some other mice ~not very heavy (which could also be a con for some people) ~decently affordable compared to other mice
Cons: ~rubber grips catch dirt in them very easily ~outside of the mouse click, it does feel rather cheap ~thumb buttons have lots of travel and feel squishy, not very tactile ~iffy sensor
Summary: Note that you can update your mouse firmware here: http://gaming.coolermaster.com/en/products/mice/spawn/
Pros: I purchased this mouse on sale for $35 USD and it's a great peripheral for the price. This is my first claw-grip mouse and adapting to the new grip was no problem at all. There are sort of set places for each of your fingers. The mouse is comfortable to hold, move, and lift due to its design and ...
Cons: I cannot say the same for quality the back and forward side button switches though - they feel somewhat cheap. The mouse's firmware can tend to misbehave if you click any of its buttons while your computer is off or booting, but that's easily avoidable. Cons: - cheap back & forward buttons - firm...
Top notch ergonomic design for gaming or everyday use.
k.norm "You are what you repeatedly do.", Amazon
17 December 2014
Summary: Excellent ergonomically designed mouse. I can spend hours a day on the computer gaming. Never have I once noticed my hand getting tired or strained where I've had to stretch out my wrist or fingers because of use.
Summary: The first one I bought ended up being a big letdown; after about 3 weeks the left click started sticking in the down position, making it impossible to do anything with and super frustrating in games, as it happened more and more frequently.
Pros: Let me first say that I like this mouse a lot. The size is perfect for medium-size hand claw-grips, with a nice softtouch style surface on the buttons. Once you find the right firmware update for your style (mainly having to do with lift), it can be dialed in nicely.
Cons: - Side, thumb buttons are quite cheap feeling, and don't depress well - see other notes
Summary: I love this mouse. After the $20 rebate, very happy.
Pros: This mouse was made for my hand. I'm a MAC guy and have tried every mouse configuration. I was looking for simple, programable buttons. I can now edit video, do word processing, input spreadsheets reclined with minimal keyboard strokes.
Cons: NO support for MAC. This is crazy. Thank Goodness for USB overdrive. $20 rebate took 2 months of persistance on my part to get CM Storm to get me what was promised. USB cord is heavy gage. Very robust and durable, but restrains movement if any obstacles are on the desk.
Summary: I liked everything about this mouse except the dealbreaker for me is definitely that the sensor is below the center of the mouse and pretty much all mouses I have ever used before have had their sensor in the middle. So when I do use this mouse, everything is always off for me.
Pros: Sturdy buttons, very good scroll wheel that notches the way you want it to, solid construction overall, rubber grip on both sides, comfortable to use for wide hands, 3 dpi settings and high max dpi, several extra buttons on the mouse
Cons: Not a great mouse for small hands, sensor is below the center of the mouse
Summary: Great mouse! Perfect for the grip that I wanted , the dpi settings are great! The buttons feel very sturdy , the mouse is a little on the heavy side for it's size but you get use to it. No cons really.
Summary: It's a good mouse. If it had either a different location for the dpi button or ability to force you to hold the dpi button to change the setting, it would be fine. As it is, I'm probably not going to stick with the mouse very long as I often scroll through longer documents.
Pros: Comfortable grip: The mouse has a very comfortable grip, but one should know that it doesn't have a 'palm rest' if you have larger hands. The mouse seems to have been designed to be moved by just fingertips, which is great for high accuracy things anyway. The grips are very soft and keep hands fr...
Cons: Poor button placement: The dpi setting button is directly behind the scroll wheel. When scrolling down quickly sometimes I change the dpi to some setting I'm not used to and I have to change it back, which ruins the flow of my work or potentially my game.
Summary: Simple mouse, 500/1000/2000 levels of DPI, changeable on the fly. This is an old mouse, but still extremely viable especially when it comes to gamer's who favor the claw grip. This mouse has the perfect shape to accommodate that.