Reviews and Problems with Cooler Master Storm Inferno
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2 July 2014
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: 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.
Summary: Very good quality materials, ergonomics and user-friendly software interface. I recommend to buy this mouse to everyone who plays in the strategy or shooters. And she copes with programs such as Photoshop, etc.
Summary: I LOVE THIS MOUSE. End of story. It has 5 DPI settings with each customizable per profile (which you can have 3 of plus the default) There are multiple buttons for keybinds or macros. The glow is fantastic and its feel to use is phenomenal. I HIGHLY recommend this mouse to ANYONE.
Summary: So, I was looking for a gaming mouse with these criteria: - Sensor is laser based - More than 3 buttons - Claw grip - LED lighting - DPI adjustable And, well, I stumbled upon this mouse. It was fairly priced for the advertised characteristics of the mouse. I got everything I wanted in my list above, and more. A CD was provided with the package for macros, but I couldn't install it because there was a problem with my drive. (That's no problem though).