CM Storms Latest Mouse & Mats

Introduction

CM Storm Mats/MiceIntroduction
 
CM Storm first graced our labs back in February, with their first attempt at creating a high end gamer's case - The Storm Sniper. Now, a few months on, they have a range of other products for us to take a look at, designed to improve your precision and accuracy in game.
 
CM Storm are the gaming arm of the legendary Cooler Master, and were founded just last year. However, with the help of Cooler Master they have already had a massive impact on the market, and have built up an impressive portfolio of products. Today we will be focusing on their latest Sentinel Advance gaming mouse, but will also be looking at 6 of their new gaming surfaces/mats.
 
Since we will be focusing on the Sentinel Advance mouse, I think it's about time we had a look at the specification:
 
Model Number: SGM-6000-KLLW1-GP
Available Colour:  Black and Grey
Material: Rubber Grip / ABS Plastic / Mesh Bezel / Metal Plate
Dimensions: (W) 83.5 X (H) 135 X (D) 40 mm (W) 3.3 X (H) 5.3 X (D) 1.6 inch
Net Weight:  161.5 g / 0.356 lb
Sensor:  5600 DPI Storm Tactical™ Twin-laser Sensor
X&Y Axis Configuration: Independent and programmable
Maximum Tracking Speed: 6.00 m/s 235 IPS
Maximum Acceleration: 50g
Polling Time: 1.0ms
Speed Measurement: Real-time
Dynamic Surface Adaptation: Tracks on all surfaces, ensures minimal lift-off distance
Onboard Memory:  64Kb
Form Factor: Right Hand Ergonomic
Button Assignment: 8
Illumination: IC controlled Illumination with 7 colours and variable lighting effects
DPI Display:  OLED
Weight System: Yes, 4.5g X 5 pcs
 
The spec that immediately catches your eye has the be the inclusion of an OLED screen. OLED screens have only just started to appear on the market, so to find one in a mouse is pretty impressive. The rest of the spec is equally high end, with a 5600dpi sensor, 64kb on-board memory and adjustable weights.     
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Most Recent Comments

09-10-2009, 14:29:52

Luigi
CM Storm were kind enough to send us their latest arsenal of desktop periperals, designed to give you the competitive edge.

http://www.overclock3d.net/gfx/artic...085017829s.jpg

Check out the full review here.

09-10-2009, 14:37:51

zak4994
Beautiful mouse.

I am loving the frontal light scoops. Gives it class.

Certainley considering buying it.

O.o 6 mousemats?

Are these the 6 that TTL was talking about when he made the thread about mini, user reviews?

Good review overall.

09-10-2009, 14:49:03

PeterStoba
Quote:
Originally Posted by name='zak4994'
Beautiful mouse.

I am loving the frontal light scoops. Gives it class.

Certainley considering buying it.

O.o 6 mousemats?

Are these the 6 that TTL was talking about when he made the thread about mini, user reviews?

Good review overall.
Yeah they are the ones.

I agree, nice mouse and a good review

09-10-2009, 14:52:42

tinytomlogan
These are the mats yes matey, and the mouse does look epic.

We are only sending 5 of the mats out to you guys though.

09-10-2009, 15:05:15

VonBlade
It went on my wishlist the second I saw it and hasn't budged. CM quality with epic features for average Razer money? Count me in.

Although I agree that the OLED could be more customisable.

Truly the King of Mice.

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