Cooler Master Xornet II Mouse Review
By Meng Vang
Full Disclosure: The product sample used in this article has been provided by Cooler Master.
Designed for claw grip, the Cooler Master Xornet II makes a great gaming mouse for computer users on a budget who still want some of the features only offered on the more expensive alternatives. The Xornet II maintains the same on-the-fly DPI switching and body design as its predecessor, but it does have an updated optical sensor, larger forward and backward buttons, improved rugged rubberized side grips, larger glide pads, a software for customization, and RGB lighting on the scroll wheel.
With the Xornet II, computer users can now customize DPI settings, lift-off distance, and the RGB lighting feature straight from the downloadable Xornet II software. Lift-off distance can also be tuned straight from the mouse without having to use the software. This is a great feature to have especially when changing mouse surfaces. Here at Benchmark Reviews, we will take a look at what the Cooler Master Xornet II optical gaming mouse has in store for us. Let’s go through a quick overview of this product in the next section.
Features and Specifications
|Materials||Plastic / Rubber|
|Sensor||Avago 3320 Optical Sensor|
|DPI||3 Levels and up to 3500 DPI setting|
|Tracking Speed||80 IPS / 20 g|
|Lift Off Distance||<3mm|
|Polling Rate||1000 Hz / 1 ms|
|Mouse Acceleration||20 g|
|Programming Profiles||Not Available|
|On-board Memory||8 KB|
|Connector Cable||USB 2.0|
|Cable Length||1.8 Meters|
|Dimensions (Lx W x H)||105.4 x 76.6 x 37.2 mm (4.15×3.01×1.46 inch)|
|Weight||132 g / 0.291 lbs|
|Weight (without USB Cable)||80 g / 0.177lbs|
|Packaged Dimensions||190 x 135 x 55 mm (7.48 x 5.31 x 2.16 inch)|
|Packaged Weight||265.8g / 0.587 lbs|
|Software||Available (Basic Ver.)|