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Performs very well.
Comfortable to use.
Lots of buttons.
Configurations can be stored on the mouse.
Lots of room for macros and scripts.
Color changing LEDs.
Multiple user profiles.
Up to 4000DPI settings.
128kb of onboard SentinelX memory.
Tons of well-placed buttons.
Only for right hand.
Mouse wheel click is too resistant.
Not for large hands.
Too much illumination for some
No weighting system.
Macros and scripts can be interrupted.
By Bjorn3D on February 07, 2011
The CM Storm Inferno is far from a cut down version of the CM Storm Sentinel Advance. It might have lost the weight distribution system but it gained a few features of its own, like more memory for macros, and the ability to define one extra level of...
By NotebookCheck on January 02, 2011
Our experience with the Cooler Master Storm Inferno was very enjoyable. Its shape is not particularly exciting, but the build quality and strength are very good. The ergonomics are not perfect due to the large number of buttons and the missing weight...
By AMDZone on January 01, 2011
The mouse is the bread and butter and ultimate tool for anyone who plays games on the PC. Over the past dozen years there's been an explosion in shapes and sizes of it and for all different utilities. It's evolved quite nicely from a few buttons...
By Atomic MPC on December 07, 2010
A good choice that delivers a lot of bang for few...
By Ocaholic on December 07, 2010
The Coolermaster Inferno gaming mouse ist not only suitable for gamer also for desktop users the Infernois an advancement. Cooler Master has shown, that quality does not have to be expensive. Because of the very good price / performance we can...
By Tech2 on December 07, 2010
Button LayoutAs the Inferno has quite a few buttons with various uses; we thought it would be better to have an in-depth look at them.Easy to reach buttons are so awesomeTo the left and right of the main buttons are the rapid fire and tactics...
By InsideHW on December 06, 2010
Cooler Master has entered the gaming mice market last year, perhaps in a shy way, but definitely unexpectedly. After a very successful debut model, they've decided to stick to the route, and a year later, we've got the successor, named Inferno....
By TechRadar on December 04, 2010
CoolerMaster has been making a name for itself all over the components market. Last month it absolutely nailed the power supply supertest and we've been loving its chassis for many a long year. The gaming peripherals market hasn't been so...
By TweakNews on October 11, 2010
The Inferno from CM Storm has proven to be a solid choice in the ever-growing world of gaming mice. The $50 price tag is easier on the wallet than many comparable mice, and the wide array of customization options are perfect for gamers who want...
By Hardware Secrets on September 27, 2010
Strong PointsVast array of reprogrammable buttonsComprehensive software with a high configuration capabilityBig scroll wheel with adjustable speedWeak PointsFew user profilesNo horizontal scrollingThe scroll wheel is too hard to be pressed down...
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