Today we’ll be taking a quick look at the Cooler Master MM711 Gaming Mouse. This is the second lightest gaming mouse ever from Cooler Master to date weighing in at a mere 60g, and I can safely assume that we will get the same performance out of the MM711 as we did from the MM710 we covered a few weeks back. The main difference between the two variations is the RGB and the tiny amount the RGB components added in weight. Which accounts to roughly 7g. Only other thing I notice off the bat is the visual of the mouse is obvious different because you can see the plastic inside the cut-outs where the LED’s shine through. This review may seem repetitive due to almost identical features and specs. But don’t worry we have some great pictures and to show you guys. Another side note the MM711 will come in 4 different color variations!
Cooler Master, a global leader in designing and manufacturing innovative gaming peripherals and computer components, introduces new MM710 variations as well as the MM711 Gaming Mouse, an RGB variant of the MM710 that weighs a little less than 60g.
The MM711 takes the foundation of the MM710 and adds vibrant RGB LEDs to the scroll wheel and logo to further enhance its stylish, understated profile. Cooler Master’s software enables full customizability of the RGB, allowing users to choose their personal colors and lighting effects.
I would like to thank Cooler Master for providing the review sample. This is what Cooler Master has to say about themselves on their website:
We’re all about the things that make building a PC such a rewarding experience. The sense of achievement. The joy of making and creating something uniquely yours in form and function. The freedom that comes from complete control. And of course, the thrill of bringing your creation to life without melting your components.
The Cooler Master story starts with a rogue product manager working on a hunch out of a rented apartment in Taipei. He had no funding, no support other than a single secretary who handled the admin while he set to work inventing, improving, making and marketing new products. His name was Roger, and he founded Cooler Master back in 1992.
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