CM Storm is called the gaming brand from Cooler Master Manufacturers, Which has been prominent in recent years due mainly housing and radiator. Already about two years ago it was presented with the CM Storm Sentinel Advanced, a gaming mouse and comes with the new Sentinel Zero G is the official successor. At first glance, the two only little differentiated from each other rodents, so Which Applies to parts of the technical data. The mouse provides a nice gimmick to OLED display on top that can optionally display a graphic user. In addition, it sets the Zero G to unlock code for a "Shattered Horizon" in the full version. What has to offer Laser Mouse Cooler Master's new in the gaming area to listen to and how they can defeat the practice test, you will learn in our products!
Overall, the mouse, the two usual buttons, a scroll wheel, a button behind the scroll wheel and two buttons in front and two buttons on the thumb side. The button behind the scroll wheel can easily switch between different color modes of the mouse, which of two different shades of blue to green, to red to rich. With the two buttons in front of the wheel can be filed at the speed of the mouse, so you can switch between different DPI values of the resolution. The thumb buttons can be individually (as well as all other keys) are used for functions, also used the included software, which can transform the mouse into a loyal companion on your personal preferences.
The software provides for a driver for the mouse and the software needed to manage the profiles (on-board memory: 128 KB). Here, the feature set is immense: Individual receipts of each key, adjust the lighting of the mouse with flickering lights in front of the Activity of the mouse buttons. Adjusting and transferring a logo which is displayed on the OLED. Adaptation of the DPI (depending on the mode of 1025 to a maximum of 5600 DPI). One can therefore its own individual mouse with the tool to create. Unfortunately, the software works because of the plethora of options somewhat cluttered and confusing, but this may not always feel that way.