CM Storm Xornet - Gaming Mouse with 2000 DPI Optical Sensor and Omron Micro Switches
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A Pure Gaming ExperienceThe Xornet gaming mouse is lightweight, ergonomically designed and forged with a reassuringly solid design. It is built for professional FPS gamers that prefer a claw grip. Engineered to execute precise in-game tactics, Xornet comes loaded with a high-performance 2000 DPI sensor that includes on-the-fly adjustment, an ultra-step wheel encoder – providing extremely accurate scrolling, and Japanese-made Omron micro-switches that are meant to endure up to five million clicks. Presented in a eye-catching crimson stealth black high-gloss finish, Xornet lends its truly breathtaking appeal as the focal point of a gamer’s setup.Precision Anti-Drift Control SensorXornet utilizes the latest high performance optical engine ensuring extreme stability and reliability. Based on an anti-drift architecture, it delivers stable and precise tracking in mouse lift and drop scenarios. Angle snapping can be enabled or disabled for exact swift crosshair movements enabling amazing skill-shots and incredible aiming accuracy.Omron Micro Switches (5 million clicks)Only the best is good enough! Omrons patented ultra tactile micro switches enable unsurpassed tactile feedback and speed. You will be able to reach an incredible amount of clicks per second while still feeling and controlling every single click. Omron guarantees a minimum amount of 5 million clicks for these highest grade switches, giving Xornet an extended life-span even for hardcore gamers.DPI On the FlyConveniently placed under the scroll wheel, you can switch the DPI resolution between 500, 1000 and 2000 within an instant.Rubberized Anti-Slip DesignA Special sweat proof rubber compound on both sides of Xornet gives you maximum grip. Even in heated hour long matches and during quick lift and drop moves you retain full control while repositioning and racing Xornet over the mousepad.
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Overall, I really loved this mouse, so the eventual scroll wheel failure was a disappointment. I feel like a two year lifespan is a bit too short though. With a device like this that goes through a lot of use, it should be built a bit more robust in my opinion. I noticed that as of this review, this mouse is getting a bit harder to find and the price has gone up. If you can find it for a good price (around $30) I would still recommend it. I decided to replace it with the Logitech G300s however.
Smoothness/ Response- 10/10
Loudness- 10/10 (clicks are light and smooth no real noise)
*You can customize all the buttons on it for macro / key binding purposes
*It is a gaming mouse 100% tested and approved by me
*Adjustable Dpi setting so scrolling is not too fast or too slow but just right for you.
*Mouse wheel tends to build up a lot of random stuff in it and needs cleaned quite often.
*Side rubber pieces are a joke.. Need to just super glue them back on :)
*if you look at the clickers themselves the gap is slightly bigger than what i am use to seeing on mice and stuff gets under there easily.
Again owned this thing for 4 years still works but requires you to do some cleaning on it periodically and gluing rubber pieces back on from time to time.. IF your looking for a cheap gaming mouse with , customize keys (macro/key binds), good response time and don't mind occasionally cleaning it and having the useless side rubber grips fall off its a good mouse.
Small mice annoying you? No worries with this one, it'll fit your hand just right.
2000 DPI? Perfect speed for me when it comes to gaming. Accurate, fast, very intuitive for me.
The side rubber grips started falling off, and seem to be unable to be placed back into position without making a bubble. That's not really a big of a deal until something worse occurred a few days ago. (I'm 8 months in with this mouse.)
The USB or the cord is potentially defective because the mouse comes in and out. You know when you hear that USB chime when the computer recognizes a flash drive is in, and when it is plugged out? That happens with my mouse pretty frequently. I tried it with all my ports and even on a separate computer just to make sure it's not me. But you're thinking, okay so it hiccups, which also isn't too big a deal either. However, it resets the DPI to the slower 1000. It's fine if you like 1000 DPI, but the problem here is, it's frustrating to readjust the mouse's speed every other time you move the mouse.
So, you should be informed about these problems if you are considering to buy this mouse and keep it for the long haul.
The ring finger positioning made me realize that my gaming mouse grip style has not changed since the days of Q3A, where I would use my index, middle, and ring fingers for the left, middle, and right mouse buttons respectively. This was the heyday of three-button mice with scroll wheels, and having independent control of the center button was useful for zooming while running around and shooting things. It conveys no advantage in SC2, and after a few hours of using my middle finger for the right mouse button (with the ring resting on the ergonomic ledge on the right side of the Xornet) I can safely say there is no going back. Rapid right-clicking, such as selecting multiple unit march orders, has never been so easy to do quickly and precisely. And the hand position is neutral and relaxing, rather than the somewhat tense pinky-thumb claw grip I have with the G9x.
At $22, this mouse is a no-brainer. I might buy another one or two just to have as spares.