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Author:   leochan
Date:   Aug 09, 10 at 5:58am (PST)
Subject:   Neoseeker reviews the Cooler Master Storm Inferno Gaming Mouse
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Cooler Master tosses a new peformance oriented mouse into the fray with the Storm Inferno. A smoking name for a highly programmable input device, so we put it to the test to see if it can burn it up in real world usage! When they say programmable, they mean it: the Storm Inferno even lets you assign scripts in programming languages like Assembly.

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Author:   The Slayer
Date:   Aug 09, 10 at 6:30am (PST)
Subject:   re: Neoseeker reviews the Cooler Master Storm Inferno Gaming Mouse
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Interesting review. The 3 buttons placed south of the wheel seem really odd. Looking at my hand placement on my current mouse, thats exactly where my middle finger rests so I would think it would be easy to accidentally press one of them. I do like the buttons that are next to the left and right main mouse buttons, seem nice.

The fiber wrapping on the cable and gold plating seem a bit much. I cant even see a true need for them other than marketing for the mouse. I've never had any trouble with using regular cables and connectors before so I cant see any of that providing any real-world improvement. I guess the fiber wrapping will keep it from getting kinked or something...



Author:   The Smith
Date:   Aug 09, 10 at 10:52am (PST)
Subject:   re: Neoseeker reviews the Cooler Master Storm Inferno Gaming Mouse
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quote The Slayer
Interesting review. The 3 buttons placed south of the wheel seem really odd. Looking at my hand placement on my current mouse, thats exactly where my middle finger rests so I would think it would be easy to accidentally press one of them. I do like the buttons that are next to the left and right main mouse buttons, seem nice.

The fiber wrapping on the cable and gold plating seem a bit much. I cant even see a true need for them other than marketing for the mouse. I've never had any trouble with using regular cables and connectors before so I cant see any of that providing any real-world improvement. I guess the fiber wrapping will keep it from getting kinked or something...
I do you have my middle finger over these buttons too, but I never accidentally pressed one. I did accidentally right-click a few times while trying to press the wheel though. As I said, it is a tad tough to press, but one will get used quickly. It's not much of a deal breaker.


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