Introducing the Cooler Master MM 720 Gaming Mouse
As an avid gamer, I’m always looking for gear that will give me the edge in the various games I play, ranging from first-person shooters to old school click RPGs (OldSchool Runescape). My usual go-to peripherals have come from Corsair, so getting the opportunity to check out Cooler Master’s MM720 mouse is a real treat. I have to admit, at first glance, I was a bit concerned about the shape of the mouse. After spending a month or two using it almost-daily, I’ve come to really enjoy the ergonomics. But enough with the teaser, let’s dive in.
Cooler Master bills the MM720 as a “lightweight take on a legendary, fan-favorite.” When they say lightweight, Cooler Master is not joking. Weighing in at a paltry 49 grams (about a tenth of a pound), you barely know that you’re holding something. It’s about the same weight as the pen I have sitting on my desk, an incredible feat considering the technology packed inside. Not only does the MM720 feature RGB–basically a requirement for gaming peripherals–it features a PixArt PMW3389 sensor with DPI levels ranging from 400 all the way up to 16,000. Incredibly, Cooler Master has also packed in a 32 bit ARM Cortex processor.