Cooler Master Storm Spawn

  • Cooler Master Storm Spawn
81
Based on 33 scores, 77 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    15
  • Good:
    9
  • Average:
    7
  • Bad:
    2

Pros:

  • Great styling and build quality.
  • Topnotch performance.
  • Simple and unobtrusive software.

Cons:

  • Clawgrip design will not appeal to everyone.
  • Attracts dust and needs frequent cleaning.

Expert reviews and ratings

By gadgetsteria.com on

Gaming Mice are kind of like headphones in the sense that everybody's hands and feeling of comfort are different. No to mention, the way you actually grip the mouse is a big factor in choosing a mouse too. Whether it be palm, claw, or a mixture somewhere...

By CNET Australia on 65

The Spawn isn't terrible by a long shot — but in the hyper-competitive world of gaming mice, it's going to need a few more revisions before we recommend that you spend your hard-earned money on...

By Tom's Guide on

The Spawn is red and black...a color scheme that may or may not go over well. But don't let that deter you...

By hardwarebbq.com on

CM Storm Spawn might be small but its good enough for claw grip users.Good rubber grip on the sides, nice shape for a claw user. Let's check out how she is…1. Introduction 2. Packaging and Specs 3. Initial Impressions and User Experience 4....

By bjorn3d.com on 70

Cooler Master has once again shown that they can create a quality product no matter if it is something that is not in their comfort zone or not. The Cooler Master Spawn gaming mouse would be an excellent selection for those looking for a professional...

By DreamWare Computers on

Any hardcore gamer knows that the mouse can make gamer. Some may decided to disagree with me, but once you find that mouse that fits you perfectly, no one or nothing can stop you. I have had many mice over the years. I've used Logitech, Microsoft...

By TweakNews on

CM Storm continues their impressive lineup of gaming peripherals with the Spawn mouse. It looks great, performs even better, and provides a level of comfort that anyone favoring the claw-grip style will appreciate. There's enough buttons to provide...

By firstpost.com on 75

Cooler Master sells the product for a MRP of Rs. 2,999 but you can also buy it in the market for around Rs. 2,300, which is cheaper than the popular Razer Imperator mouse but around the same price as the Razer Deathadder, which is a popular choice in...

By ImpulseGamer on 91

Gaming has considerably changed over the years and as computers become more and more powerful, accuracy in some games can be the difference between winning and losing, especially in first person shooters & real-time strategy games. This is where the...

By LanOC Reviews on 80

I replaced the mouse on my main gaming PC with the Spawn for about two months. During that time it experienced countless late night FPS sessions, several spontaneous MMO fixes, and more than a few discouraging-yet-persistent RTS online matches. The...

By Metku.net on

The Spawn is the second mouse we've reviewed from CM Storm, and it differs from the first one in a number of ways. Where the Inferno was packed with features, the Spawn is a relatively plain gaming mouse. The shape feels very nice at first, but in...

By overclockershq.com on

So what did I think? Well after using the CM Storm Spawn for the past week now and I quite love it. I found it to be very comfortable due to the ergonomic right hand design. One of the features that I quite enjoyed was the on the fly DPI change. It...

By Hardware Canucks on

Pleasing every gamer with a peripheral is next to impossible and thankfully, Cooler Master never intended the Spawn to be marketed as a kind of gaming Swiss Army knife. Rather, it is a claw-grip mouse that doesn’t try to be anything else. This lack of...

By Guru of 3D on

Final Words & Conclusion What I personally like about the SPAWN mouse the most is its simplicity in design. It is a great mouse if you have slightly larger hands, it's a good fit. Next to that there are no bells and whistles in the form of LED...

By Top Review Shop on 70

Anyone who has ever upgraded their PC, or custom built a new computer from scratch, will most likely have come across the name Cooler Master – the company is one of the biggest players in the aftermarket computer hardware business. They offer a wide...

By Hardware Secrets on

Strong PointsIdeal for a claw grip controlRubber-coated for great stabilityGreat performanceWeak PointsDoesn't feature user profile creationNo indication of the current DPI settingFixed resolution...

By Yet Another Review Site on 80

CM Storm, not a name you may have heard of, but that's ok. They are a branch of Cooler Master, maker of PC parts - such as cases, power supplies and the like. Where Cooler Master concentrate on the parts that go into building a PC, CM Storm are...

By Ninjalane on

The Spawn gaming mouse is the latest edition in the Cooler Master CM storm series of gaming peripherals. With a MSRP of just $49.99 the Spawn bridges the gap between a box store mouse and Cooler Master's own pro line of gaming mice. The Spawn...

By Pro-Clockers on

The Spawn gaming mouse fits right in with Cooler Master's other two gaming mice. What they all have in common is quality build and great features. Evidence of durability comes from the fact that the Sentinel Advance has yet to leave my desktop since...

By APH Networks on 58

When I am in front of the computer, I sometimes wonder how many times I have clicked my mouse buttons, and how long they would last down the road. Although in reality, while I doubt it actually matters how many times a mouse has been clicked, it seems...