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Cm Storm SGM-2000-MLON1 Spawn Gaminig Mouse

Cm Storm SGM-2000-MLON1 Spawn Gaminig Mouse
alaScore 88

48 reviews

Oct, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 48 reviews from magazines and websites. People really like the size and design. The build quality and usability also get good feedback.

value for money, usability, durability, design, size

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Mouse & Pointing Devices the Cm Storm SGM-2000-MLON1 Spawn Gaminig Mouse is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 88/100 = Very good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 48 reviews)

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Consumer review by:

Close, but not quite there

 

This is the first mouse I've purchased that wasn't a Logitech or razer product. I would have been a convert if not for the software issues. Going forward I probably won't be purchasing any more CM products. I don't trust their software and I don't...

Mouse dimensions are great. I've been looking for a mouse that didn't sit too tall (better for preventing carpal tunnel) and this one fits the bill. The buttons feel good for the most part, although I'd prefer the side buttons to be positioned one...

I planned to map the side buttons to modifier keys (alt, ctrl, shift) which is very helpful when playing games that require a lot of key bindings ; The remapping software does not handle this scenario. Although you can remap modifier keys to the side...

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bad customer service

 

SO YEAH I am pretty p-o'd at CM's support right now. I gave them everything they asked for, and they kicked it back and closed the ticket.

Ok so I actually love this mouse. I did a lot of research on a mouse for a wide, short hand with a claw grip. This fits my hand like it was made for it. My only complaints about its features are NOT ENOUGH BUTTONS. I'd love a tilting scroll wheel, at...

OKAY so here's the problem. The wheel button is mushy and causes undesired clicks. It clunks from side to side. So I went to CM's site to initiate an RMA. I used FB to sign up for the account, I scanned in my receipt, and entered the serial # of the...

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Good mouse, terrible support.

 

This is a great mouse

1. The software freezes when you have Chrome browser on at the same time. I cannot believe software programmers think this is OK ; 2. The mouse tracks even when off the ground by maybe quarter of an inch. New firmware apparently fixed the problem, but...

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Good but not great

 

I liked everything about this mouse except the dealbreaker for me is definitely that the sensor is below the center of the mouse and pretty much all mouses I have ever used before have had their sensor in the middle. So when I do use this mouse,...

Sturdy buttons, very good scroll wheel that notches the way you want it to, solid construction overall, rubber grip on both sides, comfortable to use for wide hands, 3 dpi settings and high max dpi, several extra buttons on the mouse

Not a great mouse for small hands, sensor is below the center of the mouse

Consumer review by:

Good, but won't last long

 

I had it for a bit over 2 years with heavy use, and it's starting to fail. It worked great while it lasted.

Great for finger-tip/claw grip ; Comfortable ; Nice scroll wheel

Not many DPI options ; Not very durable

Consumer review by:

COOLER MASTER SGM-2000-MLON1

 

Will buy again when the time comes.

This mouse replaces my old CMStorm Xornet ; I have been very happy with CMStorm mice ; Spawn feels smooth, light weight, and overall well built mouse ; Would recommend to anyone especially for gamers who are looking for a claw-style mouse or who have...

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Ergonomic Gamer's Mouse

 

I never use the 3500 DPI setting - at least, I haven't found a way to use it yet - and only sometimes its lowest setting. I find 1700 DPI a happy medium. I know I put out some cons about the quick-switch mode - the buttons and the fact that it won't...

Very ergonomic, if you are the kind of gripper that Cooler Master is targeting with this product. More on that later on. There is a comfortable spot for every finger on the hand - what makes this mouse look weird is its special rest for your fourth...

If you're not a claw-gripper (a claw-gripper is a gamer who uses his/her fingertips or fingers to manipulate the mouse) then this mouse might not work for you. I believe palm grippers need a long mouse to exert more force on. This mouse is short and...

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Falsely Advertised w/Poor Software

 

Using Ctrl & Alt on a mouse may seem like an odd setup, but it has it's uses in some games. With it marketed as a "gaming" oriented mouse with "7 Fully Programmable Buttons" it is what I expected. I have used Logitech and Microsoft gaming mice in the...

It will be cheap useless expenditure (~$15) after MIR when I bought it ; It is a comfortable mouse and seems to move nicely upon initial use

Mouse Software maps thumb buttons in reverse of visual layout in software (i.e. "Button 6" in the software maps to "Button 7" on the physical mouse, and vice versa) ; Software also will not map some keyboard commands to mouse buttons. It will map...

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Perfect Claw-Grip Mouse

 

I would recommend to Cooler Master to have an additional button which is a "DPI-lock". You have to be holding down that button in order to switch your DPI. I can't say where to put it, but I'm sure given the mouse's excellent design I'm sure CM can...

I got this around Christmas 2013 to replace an aging Logitech wireless mouse. It's my first Cooler Master product, and it certainly won't be my last ; I personally use a claw grip, and this mouse is so comfortable I was completely used to it after five...

The DPI switches are sensitive to the touch. Beware of accidentally changing your DPI mid-game. However once you get used to the mouse's layout this almost never happens ; If you are a "palm-grip" gamer, this mouse probably isn't for you, either. It's...

Consumer review by:

Good Mouse, poor button placement

 

It's a good mouse. If it had either a different location for the dpi button or ability to force you to hold the dpi button to change the setting, it would be fine. As it is, I'm probably not going to stick with the mouse very long as I often scroll...

Comfortable grip: The mouse has a very comfortable grip, but one should know that it doesn't have a 'palm rest' if you have larger hands. The mouse seems to have been designed to be moved by just fingertips, which is great for high accuracy things...

Poor button placement: The dpi setting button is directly behind the scroll wheel. When scrolling down quickly sometimes I change the dpi to some setting I'm not used to and I have to change it back, which ruins the flow of my work or potentially my game

Product Specifications

Configuration

Apple Lightning Connector: No
Built-in Storage Capability:No / Yes
Charging Unit Included: No
Force / Vibrate Feedback: No
Read / Write Functionality: No
Scrolling Function: Yes
Scrolling Type:2-ways
Scrolling Wheel: Yes
USB:USB 2.0
USB Hub: No

General Features

Battery-free Mouse: No
Gaming Product: Yes
Graphic Tablet with Mouse:Not Applicable
Graphic Tablet with Pen:Not Applicable
Input Registration:Optical Laser / Optical LED
Notebook Mouse: No
Platform:PC / Mac
Type:PC Mouse
Type of Connection:Cable
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