Reviews and Problems with Cooler Master Storm Xornet
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16 November 2013
Summary: I was looking for a new general/gaming use mouse and this one was on sale for $10 after MIR. What a great buy. This mouse is extremely comfortable for long gaming sessions or extended computer use. At least it's comfortable for me, as I have smaller hands and like the claw grip. The on the fly DPI adjustment is a good feature during gaming. I find 2000 DPI more than adequate for my use.
Summary: Long usb cable which is nice, cheap price yet function like a high price mouse. I needed a mouse with decent dpi and provide me with good grip, movement and this mouse do just that. For the price it is a really efficient product.
Summary: Sorry - I don't use this as a heavy duty gamer mouse, but it works excellently as a day-to-day mouse. I do use both mouse buttons, the scroll wheel and the scroll button. Did you know that clicking the scroll wheel on a link will open the link in a new window? Try it!
Summary: Let me start out that I really, really liked this mouse. If I had written this review a week, a month after I got it, I would have given five stars. Pros: Small mice annoying you? No worries with this one, it'll fit your hand just right. 2000 DPI? Perfect speed for me when it comes to gaming. Accurate, fast, very intuitive for me. The problems? The side rubber grips started falling off, and seem to be unable to be placed back into position without making a bubble.
Summary: I really don't think you can beat this deal if you want a good mouse for a low price. Most cheap mice break easily and are not smooth at all, but this mouse passes the test. Sure it's easily outstripped by Razer products if you want to do something like draw pictures in photoshop or play diamond league StarCraft, but for all other purposes I think this mouse is a stunning deal.
Summary: I think, that from all mouses I have purchase, this is the best one ever. Have been using it since March 2013, and have experienced 0 problems with it. The one that have lasted the most, which surprise me when I see the reviews in here that this mouse doesn't last long.
Summary: Had since December and not it has stopped working. Has a two year warranty however their customer service has not been very good so far. Almost making it impossible to do a return. I'll add more later!
Summary: No 3rd party software to install, this of course means the mouse buttons cannot be reconfigured, but you can of course map functions to the two side buttons in games. The two side buttons are the default "forward" and "back" found in nearly all other mice that also have these buttons. and the scroll wheel is of course the default "middle click". scrolling can feel a bit mushy due to wheel resistance but I doubt it will affect anyone's performance once they're accustomed.
Pros: All buttons feel good, forward/back buttons are placed in just the right spot where they are easily accessible but hard to accidentally hit. Mouse worked great for my hands (small-ish, with claw-grip.)
Cons: DPI buttons a bit large/clumsy; on rare occasions I accidentally hit them. Also, scrollwheel issue: see comments.