Cooler Master MM830 24000 DPI Mouse Review
Cooler Master has been hard at work revising their peripheral range. If you were with us earlier you’ll have read our review of their new flagship keyboard, the MK850 AIMPAD. We found it to be a hugely attractive product with great attention to detail and powerful features wrapped up in some excellent build quality and ease of use.
It isn’t just their keyboard range that has seen a new model at the very top of the range, as their mice have a new addition in the form of today’s review, the MM830.
A quick glance at the image that sits at the top of the page should give you a clue as to the the type of quality components that Cooler Master has introduced with the MM830. There is the now standard RGB lighting, as well as an OLED display that can show a huge variety of information, and something that combines the game pads we’re all familiar with and the needs of the multi-button MOBA and RPG crowd with a D-Pad where the side buttons normally are.
However, we know a mouse is only as good as its accuracy and the Cooler Master MM830 is equipped with Pixart sensor supporting up to 24000 DPI. If pinpoint accuracy is the yardstick by which a mouse can be judged then, on paper at least, the MM830 should have a leg up on the competition. Does it in reality though? That’s what we’re here to find out.