Subject: General Tech | November 1, 2012 - 04:28 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: SpeedRXL, Skorpion, input, gaming mouse, cooler master, CMStorm Recon
While it might not instantly make you a better gamer, these three products from Cooler Master probably won't hurt your performance. The CMStorm Recon is an ambidextrous gaming mouse with DPI ranging from 800 to 4000 and sports integrated memory allowing you up to 5 profiles and 36 macros; you also get colour changing LEDs. The Speed RXL is a felt mouse mat of 45 x 35cm (17.8 x 13.7") and 5mm thick so you will get a lot of mousing space as long as your desk is big enough. Last is the Skorpion which is perfect for anyone who has lost a deathmatch because their mouse tail got in the way. It's tripod like shape and arching tail should keep that mouse cord from interfering with your fragging ... assuming that is actually a thing. Check out Neoseeker for more on all three Storm products.
"Today we're bringing you a review of three CMSTORM gaming products for PC gamers. The centerpiece of our trio is the CMSTORM Recon mouse featuring grip-coated body that fits both left- and right-handers, a high-performance Avago sensor, onboard memory and customizable LEDs for the (relatively) low price of $40. Complementing the performance mouse is the Speed RXL performance mouse pad made of felt, and the Skorpion mouse bungee designed to help keep that mouse cord clutter under control. Plus, it looks like an abstract representation of a scorpion. Our review focuses on the performance of the CMSTORM Recon, but we do use all three products together to see what sort of experience Cooler Master hopes to deliver for gamers looking to upgrade their mice."
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