Cooler Master has released some terrific cases, mice, keyboards and headsets under their CM Storm brand in recent years. Today we will be taking a look at their Control-RX Gaming Mouse Pad and the latest addition to their gaming mice line-up, the CM Storm Havoc. The CM Storm Havoc comes equipped with an Avago 9800 sensor capable of 100-8200 DPI, 8 programmable buttons and 128KB onboard memory. Set to retail around £40 it faces stiff competition from the likes of Logitech, Razer and Steelseries. The question is, can the Havoc prove itself against the goliaths of gaming mice?
Cooler Master also provided us with their latest large gaming mouse pad, the CM Storm Control-RX. The Control-RX features a Lycra cloth surface, non-slip Polyurethane base and is said to work with all types of sensors. We’ll be using this mouse pad to put the Havoc through its paces in this review.
CM Storm Havoc Specifications:
- Avago 9800 laser sensor with 100-8200 DPI.
- Highest grade Japanese Omron micro switches.
- Up to 5 million button clicks.
- 8 programmable buttons.
- Rubber side grip for stability and fast mouse swipes.
- Build in memory for easy plug and use.
- Smooth super grip rubber coasting.
- 1.8 meter flexible and extremely durable mousecord.
- Up to 4 profiles setting.
CM Storm Control-RX Specifications:
- Material: Lycra Surface tailored for low DPI, Polyurethane base.
- Thickness: 5mm.
- Size: 440 x 350 x 5mm.