Cougar 700M Evo Mouse Review

Up Close - Packaging and Overview

Cougar C700M Evo Mouse Review

Up Close - Packaging and Overview

When you review as many mice as we do you get used to the type of packaging that they arrive in, and so it was with a sense of surprise that we got our hands on the Cougar 700M Evo, with a packaging design that strays far away from the standard cardboard box we so often see.

Cougar 700M Evo Mouse Review  

The underside has a full specification table as well as a bullet point list. The benefit to having so much real estate to work with.


Cougar 700M Evo Mouse Review  

Inside the box, and beneath the reflective mouse stand, we find a separate set of sliders for the underside, an alternative palm rest and four weights to help you fine tune the balance of the 700M Evo.


Cougar 700M Evo Mouse Review  

We know that the following statement ages us, but the 700M Evo certainly looks like a mouse from the space age. When you've seen as many interchangeable mice it's so refreshing to see one which looks far outside the norm and yet doesn't compromise it's comfort to achieve this unique aesthetic. We'll look at it more closely on the next page, but for now you have a button on the thumb rest that works as a sniper button, a button alongside the LMB/RMB pair, a DPI/Profile switch button behind the scroll wheel, the weight slot behind that with the adjustable palm rest at the rear alongside the DPI indicator lights. Phew.


Cougar 700M Evo Mouse Review  

On the underside things look a lot more normal, and it's surprising how much of the metal chassis weight is down low for best handling. Excellent.


Cougar 700M Evo Mouse Review  

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Most Recent Comments

17-04-2020, 22:15:54

Excalabur50
I still have and may end up reusing my Cougar 700m evo mouse, I've had it for years and it's been the best mouse I've owned to date, the new Roccat Aimo I have heats up under your hand and when our summers hit is the LAST thing I'll need!Quote
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