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Monday, 31 December 2012 06:57

Cooler Master Storm Recon reviewed

Written by Sanjin Rados

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Review: Ambidextrous design for gamers and slackers

The Recon is the seventh gaming mouse from CM Storm, Cooler Master’s gaming oriented brand.

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Let’s start off with a quick glance at the spec sheet:

 •             Avago 3090 optical sensor with 800-4000 dpi

 •             On-The-Fly Lift-Off-Distance adjustments

 •             On-The-Fly DPI adjustments

 •             On-The Fly USB polling rate adjustments

 •             Up to 1.5m/s or 60”/s tracking speed and 20G of acceleration

 •             Highest grade Japanese Omron micro switches

 •             Extra wide 16-bit USB data path

 •             1000 Hz polling rate / 1ms response time

 •             Super Grip coated ambidextrous mousebody

 •             Ultra swift mouse feet

 •             Flexible 1.8 meter or 78.6 inch long cable

 •             Dimensions (W x H x D): 64.4 x 116.4 x 42 mm/ 2.53 x 4.58 x 1.65 inches

 •             Multicolor Mousewheel light to identify Profiles

 •             You are covered for a period of two years for parts and labor

 •             Weight ca. 180 g

System Requirements:

 •             PC with USB port

 •             Windows® 7 / Windows Vista® / Windows® XP

 •             Internet connection (for software installation)

 •             At least 35MB of hard disk space

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