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Cooler Master Storm Recon
Affordable - $39.99.
Excellent tracking and accuracy.
Ergonomic design for both right and left-handers.
Plenty of customization and profile options.
Good driver suite.
Nice scroll wheel.
Normal mouse cable.
Nice button mechanics.
No adjustable weight system.
By PC Mag on December 05, 2013
The CM Storm Recon comfortably fills the niche between premium gaming mice and basic value-priced...80
By DigitalVersus on July 26, 2013
The Cooler Master CM Storm Recon is a fuss-free gaming mouse that's great value for money. However, if you want a little more from your mouse and you have some extra cash to spare, the Razer Taipan offers a comprehensive driver, a higher polling...80
By Pureoverclock on May 11, 2013
If you want an awesome gaming mouse that's customizable and won't break the bank be sure to check out the CM Storm Recon gaming mouse! Discuss in the...90
By APH Networks on March 29, 2013
This past weekend has been an interesting one for me. Not everything worked out exactly the way I had planned, but at the very least, I can say I have found at least one good thing to pull out of it. That ‘something’ would be the completion...69
By hardwarebbq.com on February 09, 2013
Its shaped very nicely and it's a comfortable grip. The only issue is the way the side buttons...87
By Fudzilla on December 31, 2012
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...-
By Hi Tech Legion on November 21, 2012
Ever since Cooler Master launched their CM Storm Spawn mouse, users have been asking if a palm-grip version is on the way. Although the Spawn and the Xornet's ergonomic design was extremely comfortable and easily adaptable, many users with larger...-
By PC Authority on November 20, 2012
Coolermaster has been releasing some impressive peripherals under its CM Storm sub brand, the latest of which is the ambidextrous Recon mouse. It is a fairly simple and unassuming design, with two thumb buttons on each side, big left and right buttons...83
By techPowerUp! on November 08, 2012
Minor sensor issues at very high DPIShape might not accommodate all hand shapes and sizesCounterintuitive sensor...-
By HardwareHeaven on November 02, 2012
Play testing with the Recon we found that it performed extremely well. It had precise tracking during gameplay and its button layout is very well thought out. Being an ambidextrous mouse the Recon plays equally well with either the left or right...90