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Today we will be delving into a cool review of a new product by Cooler Master, the Xornet II, an ergonomic and rather fancy gaming mouse designed around users who sport a right handed claw grip style. The Xornet II has a nice selection of customisation tools available to its users and offers a stable platform for most games out there, but, is it any good or worth the price tag? We will now look in depth at the Xornet II to see what it brings to the table with regards performance, aesthetic quality and general usability.
To start, what we have here is a Windows XP/Vista/7/8 compatible plug and play mouse, with additional software for customising the mouse to your specification, that has been designed around gamers. With a comfortable grip, plenty of sensitivity options, RBG scroll wheel, 1000 Hz report rate and tracking speed of 80IPS/20g, there isn’t much that the Xornet II is lacking in comparison to other brands out there but what we want to see is whether or not these features stand their ground in quality and performance to alternative options on the market.
A specification sheet, collaboratively produced by Cooler Master and their R&D team, can be found below or alternatively, under the specification header on their product web page here.
|Material||Plastic / Rubber|
|Sensor||Avago 3320 Optical Sensor|
|CPI / DPI||3 Levels and up to 3500 DPI setting|
|Tracking Speed||80 IPS/20g|
|Lift Off Distance||< 3mm|
|Polling Rate||1000 Hz / 1 ms|
|Mouse acceleration||20 g|
|Programming Profiles||Not Available|
|Connector Cable||USB 2.0|
|Cable Length||1.8 Meters|
|Dimensions (L x W x H)||105.4 x 76.6 x 37.2 mm (4.15 x 3.01 x 1.46 inch)|
|Weight||132 g / 0.291 lbs|
|Weight (without USB Cable)||80 g / 0.177 lbs|
Some additional information can be found on the inside cover of the product which can be found below.
With this in mind, we do have rather impressive specifications on offer by the Xornet II and a few points stand out to us such as the use of an Avago 3320 Optical sensor which has been used in many solid mice on the market. With an addition of adjustable DPI to a wide spectrum of sensitivities and very snappy polling rate, the Xornet II certainly looks to be a good product. Let us see what our testing and closer looks deduce from this impressive specification sheet in the real world.