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Friday, 03 June 2011 11:20

CM Storm Sentinel Zero-G gaming mouse tested - 3. Sentinel Zero-G

Written by Sanjin Rados
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Review: Sentinel Advance's sucessor

Cooler Master CM Storm Sentinel ZERO-G  is definitely a long-hours mouse. Although it can be considered large and heavy, it’s not hard to operate at all. It fit in our hand perfectly and was very comfortable. Users with big hands will definitely love it.

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The measures (L) 135 X (W) 83.5 X (H) 40 mm /  (L) 5.3 X (W) 3.3 X (H) 1.6 inch so it’s not for claw grip gamers or those with small hands. It weighs in at 112 grams but you can push it up to 134,5 grams with five 4.5gram weights.

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The Sentinel Zero-G comes with eight programmable keys. You can customize it via the CM Storm Tactic AP software, which makes it easy to make user profile, change LED colors, change the icon on the OLED screen, etc.

The Sentinel Zero-G has three LED lamps, one of them on top of the mouse and the other two on the front. The DPI control keys are placed between the OLED screen and the mouse wheel, and you can use them in combination with the wheel and the two keys on the left.

The profile switch key is placed in front of the mouse wheel, and this mouse will store up to 5 profiles. The mouse has its own 128kb of memory, allowing for saving profiles and using your mouse anywhere while still keeping your settings. Furthermore, you can use the internal memory to save macros as well as scripts and configuration files.

Advanced Storm Tactic macro support enables the Sentinel’s intelligent firmware to save, repeat and time mouse actions which you might need while gaming or other. Zero-G packs a Twin-Laser with maximum resolution of 5600dpi.


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The rest of the specs can be found below.

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