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Lightweight and easy to move.
Ergonomic and comfortable shape for claw grip users.
Longlife Omron switches.
Ferrite choke on USB cable.
Jitterfree on all DPI settings.
Good tracking performance on cloth or textured surfaces.
On the fly 500/1000/2000 DPI.
Excellent functionality for a value priced mouse.
Size is hard to get used to.
No strain-relief protection at the base of the cable.
Side button location would be better moved a few millimeters back.
No macro software or keybind instructions.
No customization options.
By Expert Reviews on March 23, 2012
A decent gaming mouse for little money...
By Rbmods.com on January 26, 2012
After testing this mouse for a few days I feel comfortable giving it a rating, as the mouse performs great. We got an average 900HZ from Mouse rate tester, which is plenty for gaming and normal use. I think this mouse has a market with females or...
By APH Networks on December 30, 2011
It is the time of year where everybody is in a buying frenzy at the malls, attempting to find a secret pathway through overflowing parking lots. Now, I'm quite certain many people have been having larger than necessary meals, and are probably...
By XSReviews on December 19, 2011
This is a mouse that for its price tag, is quite impressive. It’s got a nice comfortable feel, good accuracy as well as being fast and sensitive, but it’s build quality erks me. You can tell this is a budget product when you use it and...
By TechRadar on December 19, 2011
Ergonomically-designed gaming mice are nothing new to us here on PC Format. Ergonomically-designed gaming mice specifically tailored for the right-handed are likewise nothing new. What is a little more unusual however is an ergonomically-designed,...
By Overclock3D on December 14, 2011
To say that the Xornet is a pleasant surprise would be a huge understatement.If you just look at the specifications it's easy to be underwhelmed. It has no lighting or customisation. The sensor is definitely at the bottom end of what can still be...
By Hi Tech Legion on November 01, 2011
Cooler Master did a good job once again with creating another claw-grip mouse. The CM Storm Xornet is essentially a stripped-down version of the CM Storm Spawn but is not in any way an afterthought. Cooler Master kept the long-life Omron micro...
By Benchmark Reviews on October 17, 2011
Not everyone expects a mouse to deliver everything including the kitchen sink, but it's nice to know Cooler Master has touched on the most important functions with their CM Storm Xornet mouse. This gaming mouse performs exceptionally well, and aside...
By DreamWare Computers on October 13, 2011
Cooler Master, like every other company in the PC hardware industry, is not content with just producing cases and cooling devices. Over the years, they have led the way in expanding their identity with a number of gaming peripherals such as mice and...
By LanOC Reviews on October 11, 2011
The Xornet isn't going to meet most of the uber-gamers requirements. It doesn't have super high DPI, the buttons aren't programmable, and it doesn't have a weight system to fine-tune the balance of the mouse. However, that wasn't the...
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