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Jul 22, 13 at 6:07pm
leochan


The CM Storm Havoc is an 8200DPI gaming mouse featuring 8 programmable buttons, RGB color options, 128KB of onboard memory, and Japanese Omron Micro Switches. It's priced at $54.99 to compete against the likes of the Razer Deathadder and TT eSports Level 10 M. One thing that really stuck on us throughout our time with the Havoc was the soft-touch finish, now hit our review to see if it doesn't lose its touch as an actual input device.





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