Cooler Master MM710 Review: Floats Like a Butterfly



The gaming mouse segment is clearly split into two camps right now, one that likes to have all the bells and whistles, while the other is interested in mice that are lightweight and track well. The Cooler Master MM710 falls into the latter category, but it takes out all the bulk to be ultra-light and at 53g, that’s pretty well taken care of. One look at the honeycomb mesh design is a very good indication of that fact. And because it’s open to the elements this way, the PCBA has a dust-proof coating that’s also a little splash-proof. The MM710 comes with the PixArt PMW 3389, PixArt’s top of the range that can track at 400 IPS even at 50G acceleration, so those who shoot flick shots will love this one. We found the tracking to be quite exceptional in both low acceleration and high acceleration and there was no corner breakage. The combination of the paracord with the lightweight design and the PTFE feet makes the MM710 glide over the surface like butter. In addition, the take-off distance is just under 2.4mm. The MM710 uses Omron switches for the left and right click buttons. The encoder is from ALPS and the scroll wheel knob uses a Kailh switch. Finally, the thumb switches are from YT. For someone who doesn’t need all the frills, but just an excellent tracking mouse, the MM710 is one of the best you can get.


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