Cooler Master MM731 Wireless Mouse Review

Cooler Master MM731 Wireless Mouse Review

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Looking at the box the first thing that grabs you, just as it does on the specifications page, is that weight. Sub 60g without having cut holes all over the chassis is a rare thing indeed, especially for a wireless mouse where the battery normally drags the weight upwards.

Cooler Master MM731 Wireless Mouse Review  
Cooler Master MM731 Wireless Mouse Review  

Within the box we have the mouse itself, which feels even lighter than its claimed 60g weight. Although the coating is surprisingly grippy for a mouse that doesn’t have any obvious texture, Cooler Master supply you with grip pads if you want to be absolutely certain that the mouse with never be out of your control even if you work in a butter factory. The cable is the paracord style that has rapidly gained popularity and for good reason, being more flexible than the heavily braided ones of yore.

Cooler Master MM731 Wireless Mouse Review  

If you want to use the Wireless mode then the dongle is housed within the MM731, which makes that light weight even more impressive. You don’t need the dongle for Bluetooth connectivity.

Cooler Master MM731 Wireless Mouse Review  

From above the MM731 definitely reminds us of the mice we used to use back in the days when mice had a ball and X/Y rollers rather than a purely optical sensor.

Cooler Master MM731 Wireless Mouse Review  

That simplicity is starkly apparent looking at it from the sides. Two easy to hit side buttons on the left in the classic position and nothing on the right hand side. You can also see how much of a hump there is at the palm portion of the mouse. It has some junk in the trunk, as the cool kids say.

Cooler Master MM731 Wireless Mouse Review  
Cooler Master MM731 Wireless Mouse Review