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Thursday, 06 January 2011 11:54

CoolerMaster Spawn gaming mouse tested

Written by Sanjin Rados
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Review: How strong is your claw grip?


CM Storm line of products got another addition - the Spawn gaming mouse. After Sentinel and Inferno models aimed at higher-end segment, CoolerMaster will now offer Spawn to those that aren’t in a mood to splash out on rodents. Suggested pricing for the Spawn is €33, where VAT is not included. As you can see, Spawn ergonomics is pretty different from the aforementioned models, as it’s designed especially for claw grip gamers.

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Model Number                       SGM-2000-MLON1

Available Color                      Black + Red

Material                                  Rubber Grip / ABS Plastic

Dimensions                            (W) 75.5 X (H) 110 X (D) 35 mm (W) 3 X (H) 4.3 X (D) 1.3 inch

Net Weight                            142 g / 0.313 lb

Sensor                                   3500 DPI Storm Tactical Optical Sensor

Maximum Tracking Speed     60 IPS

Maximum Acceleration          20g

Polling Time                           1.0ms

Speed Measurement              6400 fps

Onboard Memory                   32Kb

Form Factor                            Right Hand Ergonomic

Button Assignment                 7

Weight System                       No

Cable Length                         
2 Metres



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