Cooler Master CM Storm Xornet

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79
Global
Score
A good product that falls short of greatness.
79

A good product that falls short of greatness.

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For a price of under $20, it's hard not to like the Cooler Master CM Xornet. No, you're not going to get the infinite fit adjustments you'll find on $80 gaming mice — in fact, you won't find any at all. Nor will you find any macro or software customization tools. But you will get a precise, reliable sensor, multiple DPI settings, switches rated for up to 5 million clicks, and a comfortable, ergonomic fit.

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8.4
Average Critic Score

Ergonomics / comfort

8.0
 

Design and form factor

9.0
 

Configurability

5.2
 

Accuracy

8.8
 

Portability

7.3
 

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85
 

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90
 

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89
 
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86
 

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90
 
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90
 

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