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The Xornet gaming mouse is Lightweight, ergonomic, and forged with a reassuringly solid design. it is an armed device especially crafted for claw grip gamers. Precise on sight and specially made for in-game tactical incisions, the Xornet is topped with a 2000 DPI sensor, an ultra-step wheel encoder, and armed with Japanese-made only Omron micro-switches. Strengthening each actuation sensory device with the highest quality, each movement, even in smallest distance flies true - Making the Xornet the best gaming device for FPS players. Presented in an eye-catching stealth black high-gloss finish the Xornet compliments a gamers setup by adding a truly breathtaking peripheral.
CM Storm Xornet Gaming Mouse
The Xornet gaming mouse is lightweight, ergonomically designed and built for professional gamers. 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 decoder for extremely accurate scrolling, and Japanese-made Omron micro-switches that are meant to endure up to 5 million clicks. Xornet’s eye-catching stealth black finish makes it the focal point of any gamers’ setup.
|PRECISION ANTI-DRIFT CONTROL SENSOR |
Xornet utilizes the latest high performance optical engine, ensuring 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 for incredible accuracy and enabling amazing skill-shots.
|OMRON MICRO SWITCHES RATED AT 5 MILLION CLICKS |
Omron’s exclusive ultra-tactile micro switches create unsurpassed tactile feedback and speed. Guaranteed 5 million clicks from these high grade switches means that the Xornet will provide an extended life-span even for the most hardcore gamers.
|DPI ON THE FLY |
Conveniently placed under the scroll wheel, you can swap between DPI resolutions (500, 1000, 2000) for maximum control.
|RUBBERIZED ANTI-SLIP DESIGN |
A special sweat-proof rubber compound on both sides of the Xornet keeps your hand secured. Even in heated long matches and during quick life and drop moves, you retain full control and grip.
|Sensor||Avago 3050 / 2000 DPI LED|
|Lift Off||3 mm|
|Polling Rate||1000Hz USB Transfer Rate|
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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.
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.
I'm using the Glorious PC gaming race Extended mouse mat with the spawn 102 firmware and am getting tracking and lift off distance comparable to high end laser mice. The software and build quality is not as good as Razer, Logitech, or Corsair mice but for a true fingertip gamer the shape and tracking is the most important part.
The Omron switches are very nice, but over time the mouse buttons will develop some looseness. The other buttons are functional but not fantastic. The mouse wheel is light but is not prone to double scrolls or looseness.
I'm not a fan of rubber grips like this has on the sides, due to *very* sweaty hands, but due to the mouse shape this is a non issue. The ring finger rest does a great deal to move control away from the side grips. The mouse is light enough to lift with only the thumb and pinky while maintaining a good center of balance while doing so. You're able to control the mouse with *all* of your fingers because of the low profile, rather than most current mainstream gaming mice where your control is limited to the side grips due to the high profile. For example, you can pretty easily slide this mouse around accurately with only three fingers on top (pointer, middle, and ring on the ring wrest). This is a major factor in what makes it a great fingertip mouse.
This mouse deserves a high end refresh, similar to what CM did with the xornet II (which I currently have on order, since the feature set is actually more modern than the spawn). This mouse would benefit from a laser sensor, a more solid construction (like a weighted mouse wheel), RGB lighting, and better switches on the secondary buttons, maaayyybe a wireless version. An aluminum base might actually do a *lot* for build quailty (the corsair mice feel fantastic due to this). Though for the lightness and style I'm curious to see if the xornet II can perform as a "spawn II" as well. Things like adjustable weights really won't due this mouse much good since you already have a lot of stability from the grip style. So there may not be enough product differentiation with a hypothetical spawn II and the existing xornet II to justify its existence.
To close out, if you're looking for a true fingertip grip mouse, I'd recommend the Xornet II (shape is identical, I believe) for the updated sensor and software. I've tried many many mice advertising as claw/fingertip mice and nothing has come close to the comfort of this mouse.
- a boon for small handed mouse users. I have had experience with an intellimouse 3.0, MX518, Death Adder along with other low key gaming mice. I was attached to some of those mice specifically the ones I listed because of "ergonomics". What attracted me to the Xornet/Spawn line was the size. And how many reviewers who have small hands rave about using it. And I ended up being another statistic to small handed mouse users who finally have found the holy grail of small mice.
- consruction and build. Rubber material grips on the side helps keep the mouse held between your hands. The hard plastic doesn't attract fingerprints and from extensive uses, also doesn't attract much gunk either. Usually easily to clean and maintain.
- Price and performance. It doesn't have software but I have been able to go for long gaming sessions and not have my hand get fatigued due to how the mouse is when held. When I bought it the mouse was around low 20'ish dollars but I hear the model got discontinued. Thankfully I also heard that they are going to bring the xornet/spawn series back once again.
So if you want to game but need more form and function than features, this mouse delivers in spades.
Most recent customer reviews
Do not buy this mouse for $70+. It's obscene.