Reviews and Problems with Cooler Master Storm Xornet
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The ergonomics of a mouse matter much more that the specs inside
16 March 2015
Summary: Higher DPI, laser vs optical, 15 customizable buttons. None of those features are actually that useful in my opinion in judging a great mouse. Its how a mouse feels in your hands after hours of usage that makes it worthwhile. The Xornet and its more expensive cousin, the Storm Spawn, is the best mouse I've used because it supports my style of mouse handling that uses a "claw grip.
Summary: Points to consider: - a boon for small handed mouse users. I have had experience with an intellimouse 3.0, MX518, Death Adder along with other low key gaming mice. I was attached to some of those mice specifically the ones I listed because of "ergonomics". What attracted me to the Xornet/Spawn line was the size. And how many reviewers who have small hands rave about using it.
Summary: Simple mouse, 500/1000/2000 levels of DPI, changeable on the fly. This is an old mouse, but still extremely viable especially when it comes to gamer's who favor the claw grip. This mouse has the perfect shape to accommodate that. The rubberized grip coating on the sides of the mouse were a nice feature. Good for the gamer's with the sweaty hands who need that extra grip. The Omron switches actuated nicely and had a good "feel" to them. The scroll wheel was decent.
Summary: Bought this mouse about 12 months ago and it has been excellent. As other reviewers have said the physical resolution buttons initially sound like a gimmick but are actually pretty useful. Would heartily recommend. So w why only 3 stars? Yesterday evening one of the cushioning pads on the right hand side started to peel off, the adhesive failing.
This is a wonderfully precise mouse, but it's not very durable
Andrew Jones, Amazon
19 May 2014
Summary: I bought this mouse for PC gaming, and I instantly fell in love with it. It's extremely precise, and I love the on the fly DPI switcher. That's a brilliant feature that I used very often. The shape of the mouse is also something I'm fond of. I have very large hands, and it fit them nicely while not being overly large itself and I loved the way it felt when I gripped it. My fiancee has small hands and she did not like using it, so take that for what you will.
Summary: It's a small mouse (smaller than a MS Optical mouse) and is suited for right-handed claw grip users. The sensor is essentially perfect with the new firmware updates. Above-average mouse,. get it if it suits your needs.
Summary: I was very happy with this mouse when I first got it . The size is great and the mouse is accurate. So I was really bummed out when it stopped working correctly after 10 days, the mouse cursor could become stuck in the middle of the screen then drift laterally (by itself, without any input from me) for like 2 seconds before it snap back to the default low dpi setting. Did this three or four times per game.
Summary: bought this mouse about 5 months ago when my deathadder started having double clicking issues. so far this mouse does not have those issues, and despite having a "worse" sensor than the deathadder..the mouse actually feels more precise to me. another huge plus is this mouse is on the small side to accommodate the "claw" style grip .. well i have very tiny man hands and actually palm this thing . this has been the only mouse to feel comfortable in my small hands.