Cooler Master MM720 Review 3

Cooler Master MM720 Review

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Introduction

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Founded in 1992, Cooler Master is a computer hardware company based in Taiwan. The MM720 is a modernized version of the classic Spawn and Xornet shape, which has a lot of fans to this day. The shape may be older, but the internals are very much present-day. PixArt's PMW3389 provides top-tier tracking at up to 16,000 CPI. LK optical switches with a nominal lifetime of 70 M clicks are used for the main buttons—contrary to regular mechanical switches, optical switches are incapable of developing double-clicking once wear and tear set in. Furthermore, the MM720 is IP58 certified, which means it's highly resistant to dust and water—theoretically, you could submerge it in water for cleaning purposes. A highly flexible braided cable, pure PTFE mouse feet, and a lightweight (50 g) honeycomb design complete the package. Lastly, RGB lighting and full software customizability are on board too.

For this review, I'll be looking at the matte black version. Additionally, glossy black, matte white, and glossy white are available.



Specifications

Cooler Master MM720
Size:105.42 mm x 76.52 mm x 37.35 mm
Size (inches):4.15" x 3.01" x 1.47"
Ambidextrous:No
Weight:50 g
Number of Buttons:5 (including wheel click)
Main Switches:LK Optical (70M)
Wheel Encoder:Optical
Sensor:PixArt PMW3389
Resolution:200–16,000 CPI
Polling Rate:125/250/500/1000 Hz
Cable:1.85 m, braided
Software:Yes
Price:$49.99
Warranty:2 years
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