Monday, November 11th 2019

Cooler Master Introduces MM711 Lightweight Gaming Mouse and Variants of MM710

Cooler Master, a global leader in designing and manufacturing innovative gaming peripherals and computer components, introduces new MM710 variations as well as the MM711 Gaming Mouse, an RGB variant of the MM710 that weighs a little less than 60 g. The MM711 takes the foundation of the MM710 and adds vibrant RGB LEDs to the scroll wheel and logo to further enhance its stylish, understated profile. Cooler Master's software enables full customizability of the RGB, allowing users to choose their personal colors and lighting effects.

"The MM711 is the ideal mouse for those who want premium, lightweight performance but with RGB capability," says Bryant Nguyen, Peripheral General Manager. "It adds another layer of personality to a mouse that is already striking in appearance and functionality."
Matte and Glossy Variations
Along with the release of the MM711, Cooler Master will also launch three more models with two distinct color and texture variants of the MM710. The MM711 models: matte black, glossy black, matte white, and glossy white will also be lauching. Each variant for the MM710 and MM711 (total of 8) will be exclusively available at specific retail stores across Walmart, Best Buy, Micro Center, Amazon, and Newegg.

Gaming-Grade Optical Sensor and OMRON Switches
Optimized for greater control and precision in-game, the MM710 and MM711's Pixart 3389 optical sensor is adjustable up to 16000 DPI. The mouse's settings are fully customizable via software, such as sensitivity, button response time, surface tuning, lift off distance, polling rate and more. The mouse's left and right buttons include OMRON switches - graded for 20 million presses that remain true until the end.

Ambidextrous Shape Optimized for Right-handers
Featuring two side buttons for easy access to keybinds, the ambidextrous shape makes the mouse comfortable for multiple grip types. The shape of the MM710 and MM711 derives from the MasterMouse S shape with a slight hump in the back which provides extra palm support for gamers that prefer claw grip. Small enough to fingertip for most hand sizes, the shape also allows palm gripping for smaller-sized hands.

Pricing and Availability
The MM710 is available now for $49.99, and the MM711 will be available for $59.99 starting November 29, 2019 at exclusive locations across North America, including Best Buy, Amazon and Micro Center.
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14 Comments on Cooler Master Introduces MM711 Lightweight Gaming Mouse and Variants of MM710

#1
TheDeeGee
Didn't they mean dust and dirt collector instead of lightweight?
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#2
wolar
Do those holes actually reduce the weight by that much? Give us a mouse without holes, good shape, good cable, good buttons & general quality around 70grams, it should be fairly easy to achieve from what i can see. Sure for the lightest mouse produce one like that but why keep on pushing this trend?
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#3
Cheeseball
wolar
Do those holes actually reduce the weight by that much? Give us a mouse without holes, good shape, good cable, good buttons & general quality around 70grams, it should be fairly easy to achieve from what i can see. Sure for the lightest mouse produce one like that but why keep on pushing this trend?
That would be the Razer Viper Ultralight. $80 though, but you only need to use Synapse 3 once to set up your settings and uninstall after since it saves the profile on-board.

I have the MM710 and it is extremely light. After 2 months of use, no dust or gunk stuck in any of the holes. Not bad for a $50 FPS mouse.
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#4
Jermelescu
wolar
Do those holes actually reduce the weight by that much? Give us a mouse without holes, good shape, good cable, good buttons & general quality around 70grams, it should be fairly easy to achieve from what i can see. Sure for the lightest mouse produce one like that but why keep on pushing this trend?
Endgame Gear XM1
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#5
ymbaja
So I guess it doesn’t come with mouse weights? Bet we’ll see carbon fiber being rolled out before long... tbh my wrist isn’t that weak, but that’s just me.
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#6
Antykain
If I order one of these mice, is there a remote chance I may receive it within a month or my order date?

Oh.. my bad. Wrong mouse there.. Still had a sour taste in my mouth from the Finalmouse fiasco. :wtf:
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#8
Prima.Vera
The question is, WHY do you need such a light mouse, especially for competitive gaming?? As far as I am aware the heavier it is, the more precise and easier to control is. That's why they sell those small rounded weights to quality mouses.
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#9
Gungar
TheDeeGee
Didn't they mean dust and dirt collector instead of lightweight?
And there is soooo many mice like that now...
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#10
INSTG8R
My Custom Title
I have a G502 with all the weights in it, I guess I don’t get the draw to ultra light mice ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ I certainly don’t get the holes, I get pretty sweaty palms and I gunk up stuff and need to clean my KB/M often.
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#11
wolar
Jermelescu
Endgame Gear XM1
Doesn't seem to be of highest quality and good QC though, something like that but with higher quality & the good cable would be what i want though.
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#12
BakerMan1971
wolar
Doesn't seem to be of highest quality and good QC though, something like that but with higher quality & the good cable would be what i want though.
just about to put one through it's paces, it's got a great sensor and switches but yeah the shell is a bit smooth needs more grippy
build quality is fine though without RGB frills
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#14
tiggywombat
Looks pretty stupid to me, all those holes will only gather dust/dirt which will eventually cause problems.
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