Subject: General Tech | February 6, 2012 - 02:35 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: input, gaming mouse, cooler master, CMStorm, xornet
The CMStorm Xornet attempts to give you the performance of a full sized gaming mouse in a form small enough to be easily portable. It still features the 2000 DPI Storm Tactical Optical Sensor that its bigger relatives sport as well as programmable buttons. Red & Blackness Mods had some trouble getting used to the shape of the mouse, it is smaller lengthwise but much taller than other mice in the CMStorm lineup. If you find yourself on the road and in need of a gaming mouse, for $30 CoolerMaster might have the perfect solution.
"Corsair has recently entered the mouse/keyboard gaming peripherals market and decided to make a good impression. The M90 mouse features multiple programmable buttons for RTS/MMO gamers, contains an aluminum chassis for increased durability and comes with the Avago Technologies ADNS-9500 LaserStream Gaming Sensor."
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