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: 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.
Summary: I recently bought this (last November) and while it is GOOD, it isn't GREAT. Here's why: Bulky SIZE: After hours of using my mouse for work and play, my (right hand) ring finger feels gets very sore. It's really not comfortable for long hours of uses.
Maybe good for shooters but not MMOs and everything else
M. Chase Masters, Amazon
29 July 2013
Summary: Obviously this isn't a dedicated MMO mouse but it still is marketed as such. For regular computer use and MMOs it proved to be a disappointment. It's programming software is unrefined and a slug compared to the competition.
Summary: I like CoolerMaster products, and I think this mouse has been worth what I paid for it, but at the same time it's not the greatest mouse you've ever seen. If you game a lot, its higher DPI with immediate control is good for FPS games and its programability is viable in MMOs/RTSs, but it doesn't...
Pros: Had this mouse for over a year, and it's served me well. -Ergonomic design -Programmable options -easy DPI changes -Stylistic appearance (the red glow is really nice with my setup, and has a few cool options for intensity.) -Responsive -Rapidfire button. This has been insanely useful-- really wis...
Cons: -Gets dirty and is kinda hard to clean. The glossy back will get a little caked with sweat and has to be wiped down with ease, but around the mousewheel, as it's inset, grime can easily build up and is very hard to clean. -May feel a little long for some people. Still comfortable, but easier to u...
Summary: I was in the market for a new mouse. I wanted something that had a couple additional macro keys, but I didn't want something like the M90 or the Naga. I stumbled on this mouse pretty much on accident and even though it had limited reviews, they were favorable, and I have been happy with other Cooler...
Summary: I bought this hoping for a great gaming mouse. I'm honestly rather disappointed. Initially, I was rather pleased with my purchase. I was having no issues and was going along fine. The software was tough to figure out, but whatever, it's a good mouse! I was pretty wrong.
Pros: Rapid fire/Turbo button Profile software Durable nylon cable sheathing Large number of buttons Semi-adjustable LEDs Large, Fits in my hand well
Cons: Somewhat unreliable Mousewheel poops out quickly Software hard to work with Software explains little, and what is explained is explained poorly Tracking issues
A good mouse with a shape ONLY meant for palm grippers
27 December 2011
Summary: I have been using a trusty Logitech mx-518 for years and decided it might be time for an upgrade. While shopping at a CompUSA, I noticed this mouse, the CM Storm Inferno on a really good sale for $39.99 and decided to give it a try! I was actually quite impressed with what the mouse has to offer.