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: I would have given it a 5 star rating but the included manual needs better information and examples for programming. Easy of use was excellent. Sensitive was excellent and enough buttons to make most heavy gamers satisfied..
Summary: so far so good got the software installed and its up and running, the feel is good and the wheel is so nice tons of buttons and options lights up in the front larger sized mouse for bigger hands and the cable uses a nice braided nylon casing over it i am liking it so far but this is day 1
Summary: If you tend to be a person that uses a claw grip, this is probably not the mouse for you. Being a claw grip user, I have to stretch to reach thumb buttons and feel like it's too big in my hand. Still giving it a 4 star because overall it's a good mouse. The program to set up your macros and DPI is easy to use and it's got a good amount of features. Color change makes it really easy to tell which mode you are on for your different games.
Summary: This mouse is the best I have ever owned, it has all the features I need and more. It is excellent for games and the presets make using this thing a breeze. The only reason I give this four instead of five is that it is *too* sensitive. The mouse icon will drift whilst the mouse is not being touched or moved, not through any fault of the hardware, but because the vibrations from my desk fan are just enough to register on the mouses sensor.
Summary: This is a great mouse, very precise and very customizable but the only problem is about the z-axis issue, the mouse is very sensitive to the vibrations, at first i was going to get the mouse RMA'd because i couldn't even use it, it starts moving itself can't double click correctly then I saw that it was the vibrations of the desk because of the speakers so i shut off the speakers and everything was fine but typing or everything that move the desk and the pointer its...
Summary: It took a minute to get used to the interface but after reading up a bit it was awesome. Very comfortable and flashy looking. Its all good stuff. I like all of the buttons and the ability to switch which buttons do what. Lighting looks great as well. Loving the profiles as well.
Summary: The cm storm is a very well crafted mouse especially for its price, almost every button can be customized through cool masters driver program that comes with it. The only issue I have had with it isn't its fault, everytime I reboot my pc I have to unplug and replug in the mouse for windows to recognize that it is even their. The other issue again isn't the mouses fault butt is very hard to get use to if you previously were using a razer nags.
Great for its price, but with a couple odd quirks.
25 June 2011
Summary: The good: - It's comfortable, I came from using a Microsoft Intellimouse and it's nearly the same size, maybe just a touch heavier. - Buttons everywhere! Beyond the standard 3 and back/forward, you have 4 more programmable buttons for a total of 9. But with the "Storm Tactics" button that acts as a modifier, you have an effective total of 18 that you can assign functions to.