Reviews and Problems with Cooler Master Storm Inferno
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but it is not wireless like I thought/wanted
nickadair "Nick", Amazon
3 weeks ago
Summary: My fault, didn't look closely enough, but it is not wireless like I thought/wanted. Works nice, lots of cool features that I use for gaming and work. Being able to change the mouse speed quickly is awesome for gaming. I use all the buttons for gaming and almost all of them for work, really sucks when I use a different mouse without all the buttons, really slows me down. Love the mouse, just wish it was wireless.
and i liked it, however you could not program macros to ...
10 July 2014
Summary: ive been using the logitech g700, and i liked it, however you could not program macros to the left button, so id do it to the middle wheel, and in a week, the wheel is broken from me pushing it so much, this mouse was muuuch cheater, with very good dpi ( i play fps) the feel didnt feel cheezy which i thought it might and it come with a braided cord which i like. you can even program macros to the left button!
Summary: The design is great, the colors are cool, the whole thing just works great. You can either plug and play with no additional install or use the disk included and customize the functions and presets. Wire is not cheap at all, very flexible without being easily ripped. The colors are adjustable. Pros: Customizable, great for price, able to plug and play, works with windows 7/8 (tested), great wire.
Summary: I honestly would pick another gaming mouse. Even though the mouse felt nice in my hand, and it had plenty of buttons that you can program using the CM Inferno software, but the cons weighted more than the pros. -It would be nice if there were clearer instructions on how to use the software -Comfortable for extended gaming sessions -Nice looking and the braided cable is a plus -plenty of wire -Well built and weighted nicely (no weight customization) -Some usable features...
Summary: i will keep it short and simple good: software - dpi settings - reprogrammable buttons bad: button placement!!! - weight distribution - mouse form broken: the right-click broke. it now takes far too much force for it to register a click! ugh.
Love the # of buttons, just a little harder to program.
Ronald Winders, Amazon
14 January 2014
Summary: I am not a gamer, and I have been using a multi-button mouse for a long time. I can sit back and relax and use my mouse for lots of frequent things I do without raising up to punch the keyboard. I would have given this mouse a 5 star rating, but the manual is not clear in places about doing certain things. I set up all the buttons the way I wanted them and hit Apply. Normally in any other situation when you hit Apply you close the program and the settings remain in tact.
Summary: Excellent mouse with great software support that is loaded onto local memory within the mouse. The only problem you may run into is that it is CM Storm so it isn't as large of a company as Razer and Steelseries so finding help for it online can take a little searching, but once you get the hang of the scripting it can be extremely useful.