CoolerMaster Storm Sentinel Advance Gaming Mouse ReviewCompxpert - September 27, 2009
Category: Input Devices
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Is your current mouse just not cutting it? Not performing to the level you need in your games? A good mouse can make you or break you no matter what games you play. Whether it's an FPS or MMORPG, a mouse can easily affect your performance making the difference between you being the champ at the next FPS tournament or the person who gets owned by the champ. Today CoolerMaster presents us with their first ever gaming peripheral - The Storm Sentinel Advance Gaming Mouse. CoolerMaster as you know has made cooling and chassis products for a number of years, so what will a gaming product from them be like? Read on and find out.
I'm not sure if I should apologize for the condition of the box or not, but it's not my fault it came that way. I suppose sometimes it depends on the delivery driver but this one got quite beaten. Looking beyond the condition of the box there is plenty to find here on the box. The front reveals that this mouse is no pushover. It shows off some of its many great features such as the OLED screen on the front, super fast and precise 5600 DPI setting, and the 64kb of built-in memory. The front also reveals that this mouse doesn't use just any ordinary sensor but a set of lasers. Looking at the bottom we are told the mouse is "Designed to Search and Destroy" and it also reveals compatibilty with not only Vista/x64 and XP/x64 but also mentions Windows 7 support right out of the box. The one side of the box goes into more specific detail on the features of the mouse while the other features a paragraph about the mouse. Finally moving on to the back of the box we find there are pictures which highlight specific features along with text descriptions.
So as it would appear thus far the mouse made it to me unscathed but what about the rest of the box contents? Let's move on with the rest of this review.