Cooler Master is known primarily for making cooling products and cases, although the company also makes peripherals. These fall under the company's CM Storm branding, and today the company added a new gaming mouse to its arsenal with the Mizar. This mouse aims to bring a simple but functional design to the table.
The mouse is designed with a total of seven buttons, including the standard left and right buttons, middle mouse click, forward and backward navigation and two DPI switchers. It is a right-handed mouse and weighs in at 121 grams. It does not come with a weight system, although some customization is offered in the form of adjustable colors for the CM Storm logo.
Being a gaming mouse, it also comes with a gaming grade sensor: the Avago 9800. On this mouse, the sensor provides a DPI rating of up to 8200, which by default is adjustable to four different levels. The mouse also comes with a braided cable, although some folks dislike this recent trend, as braided cables are stiffer and can get caught easily, which impedes your gaming accuracy.
What are your experiences with braided cables? Do you like them, or would you prefer to see gaming mice go back to using standard rubber cables?
Pricing for the mouse is set at $59.99, and it is available immediately.