Cooler Master is under the assumption that not all gamers want a mouse with four hundred buttons and funky features like a built-in transmogrifier. If you find yourself shaking your head in agreement, you might be interested in Cooler Master's new Xornet mouse. Inspiration for the Xornet came from "gamers focused on minimalistic designs," and what CM ended up with is a lightweight rodent with a claw-grip design and affordable price tag.
Don't mistake minimalistic and inexpensive to mean this is a barebones mouse destined for the clearance bin. Noteworthy features include anti-slip rubber side grips; a textured stealth black finish; 2,000 DPI sensor you can adjust on-the-fly between 500, 1,000, and 2,000 presets; Ultra-Step Scroll Wheel Encoder for absolute control over slight movements; an 8KB microprocessor to store button assignments, advanced macros, and other mouse customizations; an Anti-drift Control Sensor, and high-quality Omron micro-switches supposedly good for at least 5,000,000 clicks.
The CM Storm Xornet will be available this month for $30 MSRP.