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CM Storm Inferno - Twin Laser MMO Gaming Mouse with MacroPro Key for Automated Commands

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  • Features designed with MMO games in mind
  • 4,000 DPI twin laser sensor with on-the-fly buttons to quickly cycle through DPI levels
  • 9 programmable buttons with up to 32 button output using unique Storm Tactics Multiplier Key
  • 128 KB of onboard memory to store button assignments, macros, and up to 3 profiles
  • Versatile MacroPro Key allows easy access to pre-programmed commands such as macros, scripts, mouse motions, and actions
  • System Requirements: PC or Mac with USB port. Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, and Mac OS X (Plug-n-Play Support Only)

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Product Description

Product Description

Cooler Master Storm Inferno 4000 dpi Gaming Mouse

From the Manufacturer

CM Storm Inferno Gaming Mouse

The Inferno Gaming Mouse was exclusively crafted in the CM Storm Labs to fulfill the needs of MMORPGers who demand nothing but the very best. Armed with a 4000DPI Twin Laser sensor, 128kb of onboard Sentinel-X memory, and 11 total buttons – including the brand new Storm Tactics multiplayer key – the Inferno will harness your killer instinct and provide the ultimate advantage.

The Inferno utilizes a superior Twin Laser sensor for optimized speed ranges and lossless performance to endure any type of quick movement with sheer accuracy.
The Sentinel-X microprocessor safeguards your mouse settings and stores up to 3 different game profiles. The stored profiles can retain macros, scripts, and other customizations so you can triumph on any PC system without the need of additional software.
The versatile MacroPro key enables you to automate repetitive actions used in popular MMO games or Windows applications.
A pure assault apparatus – conveniently placed next to the left mouse button, this tactical key is one click away, giving you the edge to frag your opponents and stay alive in the most intense situations.
Unique key customizations built to offer 32 extra button outputs for macros, scripts, rapid-fire, and other unique commands. Easy to optimize through Inferno software, Storm Tactics Multiplyer key enhance your character reactions with top-notch combo command.

What's Included

  • Inferno Gaming Mouse
  • Quick Start Guide


  • Windows XP / Vista / 7
  • Mac OSX (Plug N Play only)
  • Internet connection recommended for driver and firmware updates

Technical Specs:

Sensor Philips Twin-Eye Laser
Lift Off 3 mm
Buttons 11
Polling Rate 1000Hz USB Transfer Rate

Item Comparison

Model CM Storm Xornet CM Storm Spawn CM Storm Recon CM Storm Inferno CM Storm Sentinel Advance II
Grip Type Claw Claw Ambidextrous Claw / Palm Right Handed Palm
Sensor Optical LED Optical LED Optical LED Laser Laser
Max. Resolution 2000 dpi 4000 dpi 4000 dpi 4000 dpi 8200 dpi
Onboard Memory 32kb 32kb 128kb 128kb
Buttons 7 7 9 11 8
Profiles 3 Profiles 3 Profiles 5 Profiles
LED Lights Multi-Colors 8 Colors
Weight System
Script Support

Product Information

Product Dimensions 4.7 x 0.1 x 1.6 inches
Item Weight 5.8 ounces
Shipping Weight 13.8 ounces
Item model number SGM-4000-KLLN1-GP
Customer Reviews
4.2 out of 5 stars 112 customer reviews

4.2 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #553 in Electronics > Accessories & Supplies > Computer Accessories > Game Hardware > PC Game Hardware > Gaming Mice
#12,205 in Video Games > Accessories
Date first available at August 14, 2010

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So at this point I've had the mouse for eight months, and it continues to serve me as well as it did back in April when I ordered/received it. I also take good care of it, so I'm sure that's another reason why it's lasted so far. I know selecting a gaming mouse can be hard and especially obscure products such as this one that do not have a immense amount of reviews can also be a turn-off. Well let me just say that this mouse is everything I hoped for and more.

The mouse I replaced was the Logitech MX518, highly regarded as one of the best gaming mice around, and it really is/was a great mouse. But alas I felt I needed to replace it, I just got tired of using the same mouse for so long and I'm glad I moved on. I gave the MX518 to my girlfriend and she is still enjoying it so it still has a happy life, but if you ever used the MX518 and thought it was comfortable, then the Inferno will be an easy transition because it's one of the most comfortable mice I've ever used. Honestly to see any review about this mouse being uncomfortable is baffling, they must have giant-sized hands or something. (What's funny is the MX518 is actually more money than this one, shows what popularity can do)

This mouse has so many options it may be hard to understand at first. If you are great with macros then it shouldn't be too hard for you, but if you're someone who rarely has a use or just never made macros before, it can be daunting. I recommend looking up tutorials to learn how to make them. Don't blame the software because you're not too adept in macro-creations. I'm not too adept myself but know the basics enough to make macros if I need them for anything.

Quick mention, it does only have red LEDs on the mouse but you can set it to different modes.
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I've been looking for a good gaming mouse for quite a while now. Found this mouse here on Amazon and proceeded to look around the web for reviews of the mouse. Reviews seemed favorable and the price wasn't too bad so I took a chance on it. Note that I had been considering various Logitech mice as well as a Razer Naga. I was turned off by the Naga because of various reports of hardware QA problems and questionable support. I've gone through a lot of mice in my many years of computing/gaming and I was not interested in getting stuck with yet another problem mouse with questionable support from the manufacturer. I probably would have purchased a Logitech this time around but the price on this CM Storm Inferno was some $$ cheaper. And I've been a fan of the Cooler Master cases for many years now. Their cases are top notch so I counted on at least some semblance of quality in their other products.

The good:
Now about this mouse, the CM Storm Inferno. Overall, the hardware/build seems to be decent. The mouse is very comfortable and does not cause hand stress after many hours of continuos use. I usually "palm" my mouse when using it. I can't really say if a player that uses a "claw" grip would like the mouse. It doesn't feel too heavy or too light. There's a large double-wide mouse wheel that spins smoothly but you can feel each position of the wheel. The 5-position DPI switch and Profile switch is located nicely and it's very easy to swith DPI on the fly and not to worry about changing your DPI or Profile unintentionally. Clicking is very responsive. Only thing I found a little odd about the buttons was the Left and Right regular mouse buttons sounded different when clicked, almost like they were different types of buttons. This was true as well of the Left and Right Rapid Fire buttons.
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The good:
- It's comfortable, I came from using a Microsoft Intellimouse and it's nearly the same size, maybe just a touch heavier.
- Buttons everywhere! Beyond the standard 3 and back/forward, you have 4 more programmable buttons for a total of 9. But with the "Storm Tactics" button that acts as a modifier, you have an effective total of 18 that you can assign functions to. Then there's the profile switcher that allows you to switch between three different setups (easily identified by what color the profile switcher button is glowing), plus one default.
- The software allows you to do a whole lot of stuff. Currently I have close window, refresh, volume up, volume down, copy, and paste + enter all assigned to setups and I still have room left on that profile.
- It's got more DPI than I could ever tell the difference between and you can adjust it on the fly. Useful if you're into competitive FPS games.
- Nicely priced; most mice with similar features cost $20-40 more.
- The scripts and settings are stored via onboard memory so you can plug it in on another computer and have access to everything instantly.

The bad:
- You can only save up to 6 multi-button scripts. I'm not sure why this is, and Macros (I'm not sure why they're separated to begin with) seemingly repeat themselves even after being set to one-shot so they're not usable. It hasn't been a problem for me so far though since I'm only using three things that actually required scripting.
- While it does give you a lot of options, the software could've been better designed, it tends to be clunkier than it should.
- Horizontal scrolling would've been nice but it's understandable given the price.
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