Reviews and Problems with Cooler Master Storm Inferno
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Cooler Master Inferno Gaming Mouse
14 January 2011
Excerpt: Cooler Master has now added a new mouse to their Storm product line. The new mouse, dubbed Inferno , is not intended to replace the Sentinel, but to sit beside it in the lineup so gamer can choose their method of gaming supremacy. The Inferno offers eleven buttons of programmable goodness, along with 128kb of internal memory and a 4000DPI twin laser.
Excerpt: The Inferno from CM Storm has proven to be a solid choice in the ever-growing world of gaming mice. The $50 price tag is easier on the wallet than many comparable mice, and the wide array of customization options are perfect for gamers who want specific button layouts for different games.
Conclusion: After a lot of time spent with the Inferno mouse, we were pleasantly surprised with all that it could do. The massive customization of the mouse and it’s buttons were interesting to say the least. The button combinations will be the hardest thing to learn with this mouse, but once figured out, we feel they can be a major asset in your gaming. The Inferno software was very easy to navigate. The hardest thing is figuring out how you want to program all of your keys.
Excerpt: Many of times you will be in the heat of an online battle and tossing around some smack talk. One of the ones heard is “It is time to turn up the heat” “Bring it on!” they say. Oh, you will with the Cooler Master Storm Inferno Gaming Mouse.
Pros: Tactic AP Software is awesome, Key can be programmed to do non gaming task., Love the wide scroll wheel, The “extra” left and right buttons are nice to have and should be on regular mice, No software need to use “plug and play” and take your profiles with you., DPI, Buttons locations are great
Cons: Wheel/Button is very hard to depress, The software might overwhelm some with less experience, The cord is a bit to stiff, but it is brand new and has not relaxed yet.
Summary: The Cooler Master Storm Inferno is a precise mouse with good build quality and a terrific sense of style. It offers many upper level features and plenty of adjustability for a price that represents a pretty good value.
Conclusion: Ultimately, the Inferno is a damn good mouse. It’s comfortable, has a massive variety of scripting and macro options, and offers high speed and sensitivity. While initially I thought I’d have problems handling the wraparound palm grip technique you need to employ I actually had very few after the first hour or so. Bare in mind that there is an adjustment period but it’s minimal. For £40, you could certainly do a lot worse than the Coolermaster Storm Inferno.
Pros: Comfortable, High sensitivity, accurate, Impressive software, macro/script options, Fast moving, smooth
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