The MM712 is the latest mouse to be released from case and cooler giants Cooler Master. It's lightweight, at just 59 grams, and can be connected to your PC by either 2.4GHz wireless, Bluetooth or via a cable. It's been designed with FPS and MOBA gamers in mind. Today we're going to find out just how well it performs and if it's worth your hard earned cash…
00:38 Introduction / pricing / specs
02:12 The Design / RGB / Weight
04:01 Buttons / Wheel
06:11 Button Sound test
06:32 Build quality / sensor
07:47 Polling / Connectivity
09:25 Battery Life – RGB on/off
11:20 Cooler Master Masterplus Software
14:02 Closing Thoughts
- Material – ABS Plastic/Rubber/PTFE
- Color Black / White
- LED Color 16.7 Million RGB
- Sensor PixArt PAW3370
- DPI 19000
- Tracking Speed 400 IPS
- Lift Off Distance < ~2mm / Adjustable
- Polling Rate 2.4G/Wire Mode: 125 / 250 / 500 / 1000 Hz (AP switch)
- Mouse acceleration 50g
- Buttons 6
- Battery Capacity 500mAh
- Battery Life 72hrs (BT mode) / 190hrs (2.4G mode)
- Dimensions 122.3 x 69.0 x 39.1mm
- Weight Mouse: 59g
- Warranty 2 years
The MM712 retails for £59.99, and you can pre-order it from Scan HERE.
- Good sensor.
- Competitively priced.
- Multiple connectivity options.
- Average build quality.
- Average battery life.
- Poor quality mouse wheel.
KitGuru says: The MM712 is a decent mouse. It performed very well during gaming and is very lightweight. It's let down by a poor mouse wheel and a lack of rigidity in the main body. The accompanying software is ok and gets the job done. If you have small hands or use a claw style grip then you might get on well with it.
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