Cooler Master Launch CM Storm Havoc Gaming Mouse

/ 3 years ago


Cooler Master’s CM Storm range of gaming peripherals is proving very popular with gamers and I am myself a huge fan of the CM Storm line. Today Cooler Master introduced a new mouse to the series, the CM Storm Havoc. This is a mouse designed for the higher end of the gaming mouse segment as it features a high quality Avago 9800 laser sensor that can achieve up to 8200 DPI. Furthermore there is an on-the-fly sensitivity adjustment button that allows you to switch up or down depending on the particular usage scenario.

Additionally the CM Storm Havoc has 8 buttons and these are fully programmable using CM Storm software for the mouse that is freely available on the CM Storm website. CM Storm have equipped 128kb of onboard memory to allow you to store all these macros and profiles for the mouse.

The whole mouse is covered in a durable rubber coating for both longevity and comfort. Furthermore it uses Japanese Omron micro switches, a gold plated USB connector and has a 1.8 metre braided cable. According to Cooler Master we can expect to see a price of about €49.95 for this product when it is released into the European market in the near future.



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  • Wayne

    It looks quite nice. I too am a fan of CM Storm stuff but why on earth doesn’t the scroll wheel have indentations… Don’t they realise it becomes very slippery very quickly? Even more so when gaming, and I’m sure this mouse will be aimed at gamers. Very obtuse imo.