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Cooler Master CM Storm Xornet Wired Optical Mouse

( 4.7 Average / 21 Ratings )



Cooler Master


CM Storm Xornet

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Precision Anti-Drift Control Sensor
- Xornet utilizes the latest high performance optical engine ensuring extreme 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 enabling amazing skill-shots and incredible aiming accuracy.
Omron Micro Switches (5 million clicks)
- Only the best is good enough! Omrons patented ultra tactile micro switches enable unsurpassed tactile feedback and speed. You will be able to reach an incredible amount of clicks per second while still feeling and controlling every single click. Omron guarantees a minimum amount of 5 million clicks for these highest grade switches, giving Xornet an extended life-span even for hardcore gamers.
DPI On the Fly
- Conveniently placed under the scroll wheel, you can switch the DPI resolution between 500, 1000 and 2000 within an instant.
Rubberized Anti-Slip Design
- A Special sweat proof rubber compound on both sides of Xornet gives you maximum grip. Even in heated hour long matches and during quick lift and drop moves you retain full control while repositioning and racing Xornet over the mousepad.
Material: Rubber Grip / ABS Plastic
Dimension: (L) 107 X (W) 75 X (H) 35 mm / (L) 4.2 X (W) 4 X (H) 1.3 inch
Maximum Tracking Speed: 160 IPS
Maximum Acceleration: 23 g
Polling Time: 1.0 ms
Speed Measurement: 6700 FPS
Onboard Memory: 8 Kb

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from completed build BARRACUDA

What a champ. $20 and i've put this thing through hell. Sensor tracks like a dream. It's a wonder why they stopped making them.

The grip is fantastic - when I ever need it outside emacs. It is just on another level than your corporate mouse. On Windows, it is programmable and very precise.