Reviews and Problems with Cooler Master Storm Xornet
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Good, no frills gaming mouse.
Mike S., Amazon
8 August 2013
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.
Summary: New - CM Storm Xornet SGM-2001-BLON1 Mouse - ND8161 This mouse is listed as Mac OSX compatible; however, as often happens, it is only partially functional for Mac. The forward and back buttons do not operate and are not programable, at least as far as I can tell given that there are no directions.
Summary: **This review is based two weeks of usage of a newly purchased Xornet but heavily influenced by almost a years worth of CM Storm Spawn usage and review** Hi, I'm Ryan, and I have a PC Mouse addiction. Seriously!
Summary: not bad from cooler master - shorter but wider mouse and actually very comfortable, I particularly like the finger rest on the right side. Bit disappointed there is no software to reassign the buttons.
Summary: The thing about this mouse is the right-hand side, where the logo is. Use your ring and pinkie fingers there and this mouse becomes the greatest thing you've ever held. Five minutes with it and you'll wish every mouse was shaped like that. If you're a "palm" mouse user, go somewhere else.
Summary: I have used many different mice, from many different companies, and this one is by far the best yet. The mouse I used before this was a $130 Razer Mamba. You would think that is would work well based on price. Well it didn't track properly and had poor battery life.
Summary: This mouse is great, it works with the palm grip (which i was worried the mouse would not work with, well granted i have small hands) and the DPI on-the-fly adjustment is amazing. Keep in mind that if you have larger hands you might need a palm/wrist rest so your ringers fit on the mouse if you have...
Summary: To start off, I have been "trying" to use a Logitech G500 for a while now. I use a claw grip and this mouse just does not have the comfort that I need. I also have smaller hands. The G500 was also missing a "smoothness" that I believed that the high DPI engine would provide. It still skipped.
Summary: First off, this mouse is a pretty small mouse. I have a claw grip and sometimes I palm, the rubber grip on the sides actually help a lot and the lip on the right side makes it extremely comfortable! I have had no problems with the precision and the switch for DPI settings is very nice as well.