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Wednesday, 08 September 2010 12:56

Cooler Master Storm Inferno tested - Packaging

Written by Muamer Odobasic
Malarecommended08_75

Review: A perfect mouse for MMORPG gamers?


CM Storm Inferno comes in a compact and tough box with a cardboard cover hiding the plastic window. Naturally, packaging plays a significant part in attracting the customers and CoolerMaster made sure that Inferno screams “buy me” right off the shelf.

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We flipped the cover and immediately became impatient to check out just what it offers, and judging by the picture you can’t blame us. 11 keys is just one of many features that this mouse packs.

Pack-2
Full product specs can, as usual, be found on the back of the box.
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