CM Storm Sentinel Z3RO-G Review
Packaging is up to the normal high standards of the CM Storm brand. There is no doubt that the inclusion of the Shattered Horizon game is writ large upon the artwork, even if it's not strictly true. But we'll get to that later.
The front has a Velcro flap which enables you to get to grips with the mouse prior to purchase and also has various highlights of the features of the Z3RO-G. Included in the package is the driver CD, code for the aforementioned Shattered Horizon game, and some extra feet.
An here she is, resplendent in a combination of black and gun-metal grey. This colour scheme makes a nice change from the near all-black high-end gaming mice around, and also helps differentiate this from it's forefather.
The cable comes wholly fabric braided, which is a wonderful addition and really helps set the tone that this is a quality product. The fiscal difference between a plain plastic coated cable and a braided one can't be that much, but it's surprising how few manufacturers go the extra mile.
In case you're wondered what Shattered Horizons is, or where CM Storm got the Z3RO-G name from, a couple of screenshots will answer all those questions. Built by Futuremark (of 3D Mark fame) back in 2009 it's an online space FPS. Zero G. Geddit?