Cooler Master MM711 Blue Steel Gaming Mouse Review

 

The Mouse in Action

 

Well, there we have it, The MM711 Blue Steel brought to us by Cooler Master! Let us cover a few final thoughts at the conclusion of our review.

 

Conclusion and Verdict

The MM711 Blue Steel offers everything a serious gamer would want from a gaming mouse. 16000 DPI, Good feet with an extra set, 3389 sensor, extremely light, 2 year warranty, and lets not leave out RGB. I was familiar with the MM711 before this so I kind of new what to expect. The specs are identical. Only thing that has changed is the paint job. I really like the open design. I game with a fan on my mouse hand. Th open design really helped the sweaty palm in those long gaming sessions.

The air was able to flow through the mouse and hit my hand directly rather than only getting air flow relief when a claw gripped the mouse. The durability of the plastic seems to be durable enough to be cleaned over and over without causing any issues with the finish. I cant say it enough the Blue is fantastic and you wont be disappointed especially if you are a Superman fan.

This mouse is extremely light yet I never found it to be too light. I worried about that but I found the mouse felt sturdy and never felt like it was gonna crack under pressure. I was impressed at what little effort I had to put into zippin this thing around my mouse pad. Long story short if you are looking for one of the lightest mice on the market and passed on the MM710 because of no RGB, well all your dreams have come true and you can get the MM711 Blue Steel, courtesy of Cooler Master!

Gaming with the MM711 Blue Steel mouse is just as good as a gaming mouse as you can get and we get a little extra flare with the sweet looking RGB that flows through the honeycomb structure seamlessly!

The MM711 Blue Steel can be found at Micro Center for 59.99 USD, or you can buy the Cooler Master MM711 Glossy White Gaming Mouse for around USD $52 from Amazon – https://amzn.to/37JaFtl

 

Pros:

  • Comfort and Ergonomics
  • Extremely Light
  • RGB
  • Software
  • Good polling rate

Cons:

  • USB cable is very soft and may snag on edges easily

 

Final thoughts:

The MM711 Blue Steel from Cooler Master is without question an awesome version of MM711. The Blue Steel is truly something to behold. The extremely lightweight and ergonomics are perfect for those long gaming sessions.

 

 

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