Cooler Master MM710 Review: Floating like a butterfly
The gaming mouse segment is clearly divided into two camps at the moment, one that likes to play bells and whistles and the other that is interested in light weight and well-tracked rats. The Cooler Master MM710 falls into the next category but it removes all the bulk to be ultralight and at 53g, it is quite well arranged. A look at the design of the beehive net is a very good indicator of that fact. And since it is exposed to the elements of this fashion, PCBA plays a dust-proof coating that adds a little splash resistance. The MM710 PixArt comes with the PMW 3389 which is at the top of PixArt’s line which can track up to 400 IPS even at 50G acceleration, so those who are doing flick shots are going to love it. We found tracking at low acceleration and high acceleration to be quite exceptional and there was no angle snapping. The combination of paracord with lightweight design and PTFE feet glides the MM710 across the buttery surface. On top of that, the lift-off distance is just below 2.4mm. For left and right-click buttons, the MM710 uses the Omron switch. The encoder is ALPS and the scroll wheel button uses a Kailh switch. Finally, the thumb switch is by YT. For someone who doesn’t need all the frills but just a nice tracking mouse, the MM710 is one of the best you can get.