Cooler Master MM712 Lightweight Mouse Review

Cooler Master MM712 Lightweight Mouse Review

Introduction

Mice tend to come in waves. For a while we saw nothing but ones with dozens of buttons. Those were followed many different ways to be wireless. Then a glut of lighting focused ones. Most recently the market has shifted towards lightweight mice, usually in the form of a standard design with tons of holes cut out of them.

It’s easy to get carried away adding features, or going so far down a certain path that the very design itself is enough to put off some people. It doesn’t hurt to get back to basics. To do the simple things right. That’s what we have in the form of the Cooler Master MM712, the latest in a long line of mice from one of the most famous brands around.

Cooler Master have taken their most recent mouse that followed the “holes = lightness” idea, and kept the format small for those with smaller hands, whilst keeping the weight low without needing to expose all the internals to crumbs and drops of whatever beverage you prefer. It’s a mouse with any and all fat trimmed away until you’ve got an input device that follows all current thinking, without losing sight of the comfort that is paramount. Let’s take a look.

Technical Specifications

Cooler Master MM712 Lightweight Mouse Review