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Cooler Master Spawn Review



What is there to say about the CM Storm Spawn gaming mouse once all the testing was done? Well first of all, when you get a first glance at the mouse itself, it does look very clean and stylish, despite its smaller form factor. The red and black color scheme that Cooler Master put on it with the white lettering for the Spawn and CM Storm logos both stand out, but do not clash with the overall design. The Anti-Slip Design that Cooler Master integrated with the mouse is placed in key positions, and it's especially nice that the company opted not to coat the entire mouse in the anti-slip/anti-sweat material. The 3500 DPI Optical Sensor that Cooler Master placed on the mouse does give you the ability to game up to 3500 dpi, however the only complaint I do have about the DPI settings is that you can only set it to 800, 1800, and 3500 in the drivers software. While that isn't that big of an issue, as it does give you a nice spread from high to low, it would be nice if you could set the DPI settings to something in between. The comfort of the CM Storm Spawn gaming mouse was very nice, but I wasn't too big a fan with the fact that your pinky does hang off the side of the mouse and drag on the mouse pad. However, that too is not that big of an issue. I am not a claw-style gamer myself, but grabbing ahold of the Spawn made it come easy to try it out. The Omron 5 million click micro switches that were installed on the mouse buttons does give you a piece of mind that your mouse is going to be able to withstand at least 5 million clicks and is guranteed to last that long. The mouse is also quite light weight, coming in at only 142 grams, so the mouse is not going to put any extra stress on your wrist while you are gaming, allowing you to game longer with a more light weight mouse.

Overall, if you are looking for a new gaming mouse, you may just want to check out the CM Storm Spawn gaming mouse, especially with a low price point of $49.99. You are going to get a bunch of features packed into one nicely designed small package that is going to give you a nice ergonomic design, especially if you are a claw-style gamer.



  • 3500 DPI Optical Sensor
  • Omron 5 Million Click Micro Switches (Guaranteed)
  • Comfort
  • Overall Design
  • Anti-Slip Grip Design
  • Light Weight
  • Price



  • DPI Customization


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  1. Introduction & Closer Look
  2. Configuration
  3. Specifications & Features
  4. Testing: Setup and Results
  5. Conclusion
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