|Brand Name||Cooler Master|
|Item model number||SGM-4007-KLLW1|
|Item Weight||4.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||2.4 x 1.6 x 4.9 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||2.38 x 1.58 x 4.91 inches|
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Cooler Master SGM-4007-KLLW1 MasterMouse MM530 Ergonomic Gaming Mouse, 7 Buttons, RGB 3 Zone Light, 12000 DPI, Omron Switches
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- MM530 Ergonomic Gaming Mouse, 7 programmable buttons
- Pixart PMW-3360 Infrared Sensor, up to 12000 and zero negative acceleration or prediction for true 1-1 input for pinpoint accuracy
- On-the-Fly DPI Adjustments with 4 levels and 4 profiles
- 3 Zone RGB Light, Fully programmable for customize lightings, buttons, and macros
- Made with PBT Material for durability and 20 M click rated OMRON switches and ALPS scroll wheel
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Victory in the Palm of Your Hand
The MasterMouse MM530 is the worthy successor to the CM Storm Mizar - this time upgraded for the serious gamer. It features sleek ergonomic styling with molding and side grips ideal for palm grippers. It also has the hardware features to match, with a precise Pixart 3360 lag-free 1:1 input, on-the-fly DPI adjustments up to 12000, and Omron switches and PBT buttons for rugged durability. Well-balanced and packed with features, this a gaming mouse custom-tailored for high-action competition in first-person shooters.
- Right-Hand Ergonomic Design
- Pixart 12000 DPI Sensor
- Fully Programmable
- Rugged Mouse Switches
- Three Zone RGB Illumination
|MasterMouse MM520||MasterMouse MM530||MasterMouse Pro L|
|Dimensions||78.5 x 29.5 x 118mm||60.4 x 40.2 x 124.8mm||67.8 x 38 x 125mm|
|Grip Type||Claw||Palm||Palm & Ambidextrous|
|LED Color||16.7 Million RGB||16.7 Million RGB||16.7 Million RGB|
|Sensor||Pixart PMW-3360 Optical||Pixart PMW-3360 Optical||Pixart PMW-3360 Optical|
|CPI/DPI||4 Levels (100 ~ 12,000dpi)||4 Levels (100 ~ 12,000dpi)||4 Levels (400 ~ 12,000dpi)|
|Tracking Speed||250 ips / 50g||250 ips / 50g||250 ips / 50g|
|Angle Snapping||On / Off||On / Off||On / Off|
The MasterMouse MM530 is the worthy successor to the CM Storm Mizar - this time upgraded for the serious gamer. It features sleek ergonomic styling with molding and side grips ideal for palm grippers. It also has the hardware features to match, with a precise Pixart 3360 lag-free 1:1 input, on-the-fly DPI adjustments up to 12000, and Omron switches for rugged durability. Well-balanced and packed with features, this a gaming mouse custom-tailored for high-action competition in first-person shooters.
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I legitimately felt a HUGE difference in the accuracy compared to the Spawn and oh, baby does it read PERFECTLY! I flicked my hand and it actually read the entire flick, it didn't judder or skip in the middle. I was actually weirded out at first because I'm not used to it actually reading those flicks so well.
The first thing I did when I plugged it in was download the software, where I set the sensitivity to 800 (the same setting I used my Spawn at/the lowest of the 3 default settings for the Spawn), and set the middle mouse button (below the scroll wheel) to change the colors, though I may set it as a second way to press the scroll wheel button instead, as the scroll wheel is a lot further away than before (when using claw grip, compared to the Spawn).
The materials were a little weird to get used to at first. I agree with others, that the mouse clicks feel amazing, but the side buttons are definitely a step down in quality compared to to Spawn, but they're definitely not bad, they just feel out of place on an otherwise high quality mouse (long, empty feeling throw when pressing). I also miss the soft touch rubbery feel of the Spawn. My wife (who I showed the mouses? to side by side) said she thought I was downgrading, because the Spawn has such nice material feel compared to this. The texture helps, and it feels very premium in the hand, even compared to the Spawn (plastic is definitely better quality), but the rubber thumb grips are gone along with the soft touch layer over the left and right click buttons. I had my Spawn for about 3, maybe 4 years, and the left click rubber wore off in some places, but it held up exceptionally well, and only wore off because my 10 year old nephew has been scratching at it playing 8+ hours a day in the summer while I was at work. But either way, going away from that amazing, grippy, rubbery coating and rubber thumb rest was definitely a mistake on their part, but again, the sensor and high quality feel makes up for this in a big way.
RGB? It's RBG, the software is confusing and lags the mouse when changing settings. I couldn't get it to switch or change colors (no idea how, even though it's laid out in front of you), and after you change color settings, it took my mouse 5-10 seconds to actually switch, switching to a weird color combo, turning off, then going to what I chose. But it takes too long and it's buggy, so go in there, change what you want to change, and leave it. I set my DPI change button to go through the different color choices. It does look nice, not distracting at all, and not crazy bright, so in the sun it can be a little hard to see. But I didn't buy it for the RGB, so I'm happy with it.
It also came with some extra bottom feet, or pads, but they have 3M on the bottom, so it looks like they're just replacements, not hot swappable, smoothness options.
The weight is fine IMO, definitely heavier than the Spawn, but I honestly didn't notice a difference until I thought to talk about it, it feels good, I don't think I'll be breaking it open just to take out the tiny weight. It's a negligible difference.
The cord is nice, it has a thicker top where it touches the mouse, which is where my Spawn cracked, so that's a comforting improvement. It's the same sort of cord as the Spawn, so not thick, light, not braided, I like it. And the USB end of the cable has PURPLE plastic inside, which is amazing and it makes me sad that I can't look at it all day xD.
That's about it, I tried to cover everything. Happy with my purchase. It's much higher quality in every way compared to the old Spawn or Xornet. The sensor blows the old ones out of the water. It's accurate to a point that I didn't even realize how much I was missing. It's comparable to the 60hz to 144hz upgrade I just had. It's a night and day difference in terms of accuracy. Idk if the Spawn had acceleration or not, but this DEFINITELY does not. It's 1:1, amazeballs.
I hope this was helpful to others looking to go from the Spawn or Xornet to this. I do wish it wasn't as long, but other than that small gripe along with the downgrade in rubbery feel, I couldn't be happier. I'd give it 4.5/5 stars if it was an option. Fix those two gripes (and maybe the software) and this would be the end all be all comfort mouse for gamers on a budget or not, imo.
MM520 'Claw' review: I'm sad writing this review, as all Spawn/Xornet fingertip users wanted was that same shape mouse, with an improved sensor. With the MM520, Coolermaster is telling us that we *really* should, as in *right now*, move to a palm grip, because RGB lighting is so important that it justifies making a stretch limo out of a porsche.
The MM520 is ~5/8" longer than the Xornet2. Why? Certainly not for the fingertip user's benefit, as the MM520 is heavily rearward weight-biased, can no longer be picked up effortlessly with pinkie and thumb, and slides through your fingers and keels over backwards if you try.
This 'sliding through your fingers' soapbar shape is what characterizes palmgrip mice. The thumb slides around the grip area, where the rubber grip on the Spawn/Xornet2 has been removed, because you are being told to stop gripping the mouse there.
The rubberized surface on the main buttons has been removed, because palmgrippers lay their fingers flat along the buttons, and you should stop gripping the button surface with the tip of your fingers, as fingertip users do, and lay your fingers out flat like a palmgripper.
To be very clear to Coolermaster: The dramatic lengthening of the MM520 over the Spawn/Xornet2 is a bad thing. The removal of positive gripping surfaces is a bad thing. They are *not* good things, they are *bad* things.
Other aspects are fine: The improved sensor is immediately apparent. The lack of an second DPI button behind the wheel is not an issue for me (I can e.g. make a 2nd profile & assign a different color/dpi to it, and assign 'profile cycle' to the single button).
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