Cooler Master MM731 Wireless Mouse Review

Introduction and Technical Specifications

Cooler Master MM731 Wireless Mouse Review


One would hope that the modern world and all it's surfeit of choice would be able to provide you with whatever you want, no matter how esoteric your desires. That isn't always necessarily the case though. If you don't spend very much money you can have something simple, and if you spend a good amount of money to get high quality, you also usually have to get a lot of things you don't always want. Fashion in particular means that if you want trainers they are going to be white or black, perhaps navy. Or shoes will be pointy, and that's your lot. Try finding a high quality television that isn't a smart TV constantly whining at you that the aerial isn't installed. This applies to almost everything. Mice in particular are either two side buttons and an average sensor, or a high end sensor is built in to a mouse which has strange corners, multiple side buttons, swappable parts and a lighting display worthy of Pink Floyd.

What if you just want a high end sensor, a comfortable mouse and that's it?

Enter the Cooler Master MM731. A mouse which is unapologetically old school. Soft curves, two side buttons, beefy 19000 DPI sensor, wired or simple wireless connection and nothing else.

Technical Specifications

Cooler Master MM731 Wireless Mouse Review  

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