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Monday, 31 December 2012 06:57

Cooler Master Storm Recon reviewed - Conclusion

Written by Sanjin Rados

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Review: Ambidextrous design for gamers and slackers

Good ambidextrous gaming mice are few and far between, making the Recon a very interesting choice for left-handed gamers. Better yet, it doesn’t feature a tacky, oversized design like so many gaming mice today. In other words, it will look and feel at home in the office or in front of a gaming rig.

Build quality is good and the rubberized finish is pretty comfy and nice to the touch. Due to its compact it’s also a good choice for gamers who don’t have huge hands, like teens and women.

The combination of an Avago sensor, Omron and TTC switches promises gamers plenty of accuracy. For most gamers 4000 DPI will be more than enough.

At €40 it is not the cheapest thing around, but it is competitively priced.

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