Reviews and Problems with Cooler Master Storm Inferno
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Decent mouse, NO WAY WORTH >$100 LOL
Petronella K., Newegg
30 July 2015
Summary: except for the ultra-cheap rubberized finish and inferior laser sensor (marketing gimmick), this is a fairly high quality mouse, but i would not buy it again and will scrutinize Cooler Master products much more closely if i ever bought from this company again that CM advertises 11 mappable buttons...
Pros: * 9 mappable buttons (not 11 as advertised) * decent overall build quality and a very solid feel * sensor is accurate _when coupled with the right pad_ * apparently no forced interpolation/acceleration/prediction * the 2 wing buttons are a huge plus, essentially providing 4 main buttons for the i...
Cons: * very stiff cord doesn't flex well, thus adding resistance to mouse movements * mouse wheel scrolling has a very light feel - no solid clicking which, IMO, is not conducive to a gaming mouse * cheap rubberized finish wears off * finicky laser sensor only works with certain pads (and not all pads...
Summary: Awesome mouse for the price! Lights up and has programmable buttons. Looks cool and performs wonderfully. I have two of these now and will continue to use them. The software is awkward to use for programming though, thus the 4 stars, you may have to YouTube a quick guide on it.
Pros: The configuration utility is usable, if not exactly a pleasant experience. It gets the job done and I appreciate the 5 settings for DPI. Button features: overall they always did what I needed them to do. Again, not a super great UI. I've had this since 2010 as my main mouse. I am writing this rev...
Cons: Only in the last week has the cursor started acting up and it gets stuck moving the cursor in a straight line and I have to jiggle the settings and buttons to unfreeze the cursor. Seems to be getting worse, hence why I am buying a replacement.
Summary: I used this mouse for... oh about a month before the left click button stopped returning when clicked. Click turned into click and drag = RMA'ed the mouse. it came back, and seems they simply swapped the insert that makes the button return from the left click to the right click, because within an...
Pros: nice profile switching feature, good dpi, good response, feels pretty good in my hand.
Cons: buttons fail quickly, the rubberized coating rubs off quickly, the profile button is easy to hit accidentally.
Would Absolutely recommend it and/or Buy it again! This Mouse is NOT just for gaming..
15 January 2015
Summary: Best mouse I've used! Great feel for any type of grip. Program software is really easy and user friendly. Network and forums for all CoolerMaster products Is great because it is so large. The shift button is second to none making your macro options instantly double!
Summary: This mouse is so smooth and responsive but you have to know how to write scripts.The CM Storm Inferno has quickly adjustable DPI buttons. On the technical side it still is the best mouse I owned. I just use it regular mouse except for changing DPI and I will get the rapid fire mapped.
Summary: I cannot describe how much I love this mouse. I couldn't get a lot of the mouse buttons mapped correctly for MMO's like WoW but I also play a lot of FPS games. This is where this mouse really shines. Variable mouse sensitivity made easy.
Summary: I've been using this mouse over a year now and I love it. I don't know a lot about mouses and this is my first corded mouse, but I enjoy it a lot. Very comfortable to use and feels good. The braided cord seems very durable, especially since I bring it with when I travel every couple weeks.
Summary: Unfortunately, I was a couple months out of warranty when it broke.
Pros: Generally worked well before it broke. Good customization options.
Cons: One of the side buttons broke after minimal use. I had just started using one of the side buttons for Diablo 3. The button broke after maybe 10 hours or so of play. I had never used it in any games or applications before then. The entire mouse is now unusable as the button is permanently pressed....