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post #11 of 54 (permalink) Old 05-14-2019, 04:25 AM
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looks like it's confirmed, but delayed apparently.
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"The MM710 is an ultra-lightweight mouse made with gamers in mind. It’s proprietary honeycomb composite shell and lightweight braided soft yet durable cable drastically reduces weight to less than 52g without its cable. The MM710 harbors a pro-grade Pixart 3389 optical sensor adjustable up to 32,000 DPI and a sleek ambidextrous shape optimized for right-handers."





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Having not used a CM mouse since the Spawn, is there anything to be worried about regarding mouse performance or build quality? I.E. do they do things like add smoothing, have poor click latency, etc? I looked into the MMS and it seems like the kind of stubby shape I'd love, so I'm tentatively hyped about this if there's nothing big to worry about with CM historically.

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Having not used a CM mouse since the Spawn, is there anything to be worried about regarding mouse performance or build quality? I.E. do they do things like add smoothing, have poor click latency, etc? I looked into the MMS and it seems like the kind of stubby shape I'd love, so I'm tentatively hyped about this if there's nothing big to worry about with CM historically.
I can tell you I have some CM mice that have gone through hell and back and still work today. Now, that's just my particular datum, but I haven't read anything that would indicate the build quality is historically bad.

As for performance, I think you can expect standard 3389 operation: virtually no smoothing up to 1800 DPI, and a lot of it at higher DPI.

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Quote: Originally Posted by a_ak57 View Post
Having not used a CM mouse since the Spawn, is there anything to be worried about regarding mouse performance or build quality? I.E. do they do things like add smoothing, have poor click latency, etc? I looked into the MMS and it seems like the kind of stubby shape I'd love, so I'm tentatively hyped about this if there's nothing big to worry about with CM historically.
I have several Cooler Master mice.

One thing I don't understand is their software and the surface tuning it does.

By default the Mastermouse S, MM530 & MM520 come surface tuned for a CoolerMaster Control-RX pad... okay... what if you don't have that pad? There is literally no "default tune" or option to NOT using a surface tune... lmao. You can switch to the other options include Swift-RX, Power-RX or Speed-RX.... OR you can do a custom tune to your own pad... which I guess is okay but what if you don't want to do any surface tuning and just use a default "no tune". Doesn't make sense why you are forced to use one of Coolermaster's pads or do a custom tune.

The build quality of the Mastermouse S is complete garbage by the way. I certainly hope they would improve on that and I'm guessing they would if it uses a top of the line sensor. The Mastermouse S was always a budget option but damn the build quality is atrocious.

And knowing Coolermaster, the sensor position will likely be awful unless they change it.

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The Glorious Model O is made in Cooler Master's factory. I wonder if some of the design ideas like the honeycomb PBT shell and paracord cable are being lifted from the Model O and being implemented in this new CM mouse as part of a deal or something. Very interesting, looking forward to hearing more details and getting some pics.

With the MM711, I wonder does that indicate a larger sized shell shell or something?

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