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CM Storm Inferno

CM Storm Inferno
alaAverage 3.6

8 reviews

Jun, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 8 reviews of CM Storm Inferno. The average rating for this product is 3.6/5, compared to an average rating of 4.2/5 for other Mouse & Pointing Devices for all reviews. Reviewers are impressed by the price, but many are critical about the usability.



On average, users rate this product 71/100.

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Good for Big Hands


The software is comprehensive. Your first time setting it up will take about 20 minutes, and then another 20 minutes to get everything fine-tuned over the next 30 hours of use.

This mouse is super comfortable. As a guy with hands big enough to easily palm a basketball, It has been hard for me to find a mouse that doesn't cramp my hand up after a couple hours of busting Horde heads in the arena. This mouse comes through, with...

I wish I could turn the LEDs off. The glowing emblem on the palm rest is really bright and obtrusive

Mar, 2012

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It was doa


Good stuff while it lasted, a bit glitchy nand lack of suport but it was the hardware I purchased not the software

it literally died on me within a day. the laser stoped picking up signals completely, everything else like the scroll wheel and etc, still work though

Sep, 2011

Consumer review (

Awesome Mouse for PC gaming.


I really wish the software was better, its really awful honestly but once you get it working it works great. takes too much setup time though, it would be nice if you could make the keys just programmable for games likes some other mice. But you get...

Very customizable when it comes to mimicking the keyboard or mouse clicks in combo with mouse etc. Awesome Price. VERY very comfortable as a man who's hands always hurt from normal mice. my hand never hurts from this mouse. I play alot of games

Not programmable buttons. you have to manually set what each extra key does in its software. Like one key will mimic a keyboard stroke or a mouse click or a combination. The software is very.. Well it could be alot better. software also resets the...

Aug, 2011

Consumer review (

Not MMO friendly like it is advertised as.


On other notes if the Mouse did work for WoW this is what I think of it. Yes it is cheap. But you get what you pay for. One person said that it fits in small hands (So it works for girl gamers, My wife likes the fit of it. But she is using a Steel...

Affordable (You get what you pay for though. I could see it breaking or wearing out for someone that is heavy on mice.) I can see how it would be great for a first person shooter gamer. This is not for MMO's like it said. I have nothing positive to say...

You would think since its advertised as a MMO friendly mouse that it would work in World of Warcraft. The most played online MMO. IT DOESN'T! I have tried everything to set it up so WoW will recognize buttons 6,7,8,9 but it won't. Oh this mouse also...

Aug, 2010

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The side buttons on the mouse are to smooth for me but thats me and 2 close.The J button for profile switch is in a bad spot when u hit your wheel button u may hit the j button and change the profile like i did and wonder y some keys dont work.

Dose what it says

I had to re download the drivers two times to get them to work.If you have a big hand I dont think you'll like this mouse

Aug, 2010

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The most comfortable, feature rich, customizable mouse out there!


Very configurable includes 128KB internal chip to remember all those settings ; No drivers needed period because of the above feature!!! (Just the run-in-place soft which you can put on USB or upload somewhere) ; VERY comfortable and the buttons don't...

Made in China (but so is 99.9% of everything you use today, thank globalization and the NWO for that!) ; A bit light in weight and no ability to change that, but not a big problem since I prefer my mice to be light and fast, just play around with...

Aug, 2010