Friday, August 19th 2016

Cherry Announces the MC 4000 Precision Gaming Mouse

CHERRY, the specialist for computer input devices, presents the MC 4000 wired mouse. The new model is optimized for professional requirements, where rapid work is required. These properties are achieved through a high-quality optical sensor and a sliding surface that fully surrounds the bottom of the mouse. Two-color illumination and six buttons complete the symmetrical MC 4000.

With the MC 4000, CHERRY has gone for a high-quality, optical sensor that scans either 1,000 or 2,000 DPI (dots per inch). This allows the user to select the optimal resolution for a wide variety of daily tasks. The DPI setting will be indicated by two predefined colors that light the scroll wheel, side panels and the DPI switch: blue for 1,000 DPI and red for 2,000 DPI. Together with a high-speed motion detection of 1.5 meters per second (60 IPS) the CHERRY MC 4000 represents the ideal solution for high-speed professional use.
Perfect control thanks to 360-degree sliding pad
A special feature of the new wired mouse is the large 360-degree sliding pad, which surrounds the entire bottom of the mouse including the sensor. This solution ensures smooth and stable movement. As a result, the MC 4000 offers a perfect handling on all appropriate surfaces.

Comfortable mouse for left- and right-handed users
The CHERRY MC 4000 excels due to a symmetrical design that offers the best ergonomics. This means that the wired mouse is not only equally well-suited for left- and right-handers but also proves itself to be an optimal input device for long stretches of work. The design is rounded off with a total of six buttons, including buttons for DPI switching, browser navigation, and Windows Panel, and they have been positioned in such a way that a comfortable two-handed operation is always possible.

The CHERRY MC 4000 is available from September in stores for an MSRP (manufacturer suggested retail price) of €30. Pricing information in other currencies is not yet determined.
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9 Comments on Cherry Announces the MC 4000 Precision Gaming Mouse

#1
$ReaPeR$
this would be nice if the price wasnt what it is. 30 euros for a plain simple mouse!!!! a bit too much. i like the design though!
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#2
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Together with a high-speed motion detection of 1.5 meters per second (60 IPS) the CHERRY MC 4000 represents the ideal solution for high-speed professional use.

1.5m/s is kinda low, I have recorded more than twice of this value playing Quake Live at an average level...
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#3
Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
$ReaPeR$, post: 3508690, member: 56172"
this would be nice if the price wasnt what it is. 30 euros for a plain simple mouse!!!! a bit too much. i like the design though!
A plain looking mouse anyway. If the quality is good it's definitely worth it.

But the size is 116 x 64.5 x 34.5 mm, meaning it's pretty small. :(
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rtwjunkie
PC Gaming Enthusiast
My hands would cramp up using this small mouse.
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#5
AsRock
TPU addict
Lacks buttons and i would hate being locked to 1,000 or 2,000 DPI.

For $30 i would just opt for the SteelSeries Sensei RAW, which allows much more control for a $10 more and can be found cheaper than 40$ time to time.
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eidairaman1
The Exiled Airman
rtwjunkie, post: 3508771, member: 56774"
My hands would cramp up using this small mouse.
I use a roccat kone xtd myself-reminds me of my logitech mx510 in the day.
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#7
$ReaPeR$
Frick, post: 3508751, member: 23907"
A plain looking mouse anyway. If the quality is good it's definitely worth it.

But the size is 116 x 64.5 x 34.5 mm, meaning it's pretty small. :(
when i have the below choices, why would i buy this overpriced mouse?
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Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
$ReaPeR$, post: 3509209, member: 56172"
when i have the below choices, why would i buy this overpriced mouse?

They both look very plastic. And ugly. Again, if it was good and it was bigger I would not mind paying for it, but I don't know if it's good and it's too small anyway so that doesn't matter.
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$ReaPeR$
Frick, post: 3509210, member: 23907"
They both look very plastic. And ugly. Again, if it was good and it was bigger I would not mind paying for it, but I don't know if it's good and it's too small anyway so that doesn't matter.
indeed they do, but, they are cheap and their specs are either similar or better. I don't think that in this price category one would choose a quality feel over better specs or smaller price.
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