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Cooler Master announces CM Storm Sentinel Advanced gaming mouse

Written by Nedim Hadzic

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Prototype to debut at Computex

 

It seems like gaming peripheral markets are becoming quite important to many companies, and this time Cooler Master showed off its first gaming mouse prototype – the CM Storm Sentinel Advanced gaming mouse.

This right-handed mouse features 8 buttons and lighting effects in seven colors, but particularly interesting is the OLED display where you can dial-in your prefered DPI for X and Y axis. It packs a twin-laser sensor, a DPI of up to 5,000 and up to five programmable profiles.

The mouse will debut on Computex and is set to go to retail later this year but you should expect to see some changes on the final products. You can check out some photos as well as a video of the CM Storm Sentinel mouse here.

Nedim Hadzic

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