Master, I have created a Cooler Mouse

Subject: General Tech | March 5, 2018 - 03:28 PM |
Tagged: input, mastermouse, cooler master, MM520, PWM3360

Follow their trend of shoehorning Master into the name of all of their products, Cooler Master have release the MasterMouse MM520.  As you can see they did not follow the pack and have created a different looking and feeling mouse.  If you have mastered the claw grip, then this mouse is designed specifically for you; if not take a look at some of the comparison shots TechPowerUp posted to get an idea how the shape of this mouse differs from the norm.  Technically the mouse should appear, it uses the PWM3360 optical sensor and PBT main buttons however the shape is going to play a part in your enjoyment of this rodent.

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"Cooler Master's MM520 mouse uses great materials, a top optical sensor, and features highly customizable RGB lighting. While the shape might not be for everyone, it could be your top weapon of choice for all different kinds of game genres."

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Source: TechPowerUp

March 5, 2018 | 07:23 PM - Posted by owcraftsman3610

Nice review and kudos to Cooler Master for taking this tac. I have been waiting for anyone to do this. I have two gamer PCs and use Func MS-3 Rev 2 mice on both. Going back to dragging my pinky around on my mouse pad is a non-sequitur. Once you get used to it there is no going back. To date, nothing compares but this comes close for ergonomics but lacks a few button I wish it had. In particular profile switch, sniper and macro buttons without which I'll be sticking with my aging Func MS-3 Rev 2. The only thing that would make even the MS-3 better would be a button for each finger, what do they think we are smart enough to use it? Seem like a natural progression in mouse tech if you ask me. I pray my Func mice stay healthy but if they don't this will remain on my short list.

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