Cooler Master CM Storm Sentinel Advance II Gaming Mouse Revisited

Others/Mice & Keyboards by stefan @ 2013-02-11

The Sentinel Advance II Gaming Mouse from Cooler Master, CM Storm division sports a high performance ADNS-9800 Laser sensor which allows DPI settings from 200 up to 8200, comes with small weights for adjustment and the software contains a lot of functions for remapping the button functionality. The top also comes with an OLED display for showing the current DPI values and a small pictogram, which can be modified with a 32x32 monochrome pictogram of our choice.

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At first I would like to thank Cooler Master for sending a sample of their CM Storm Sentinel Advance II Gaming Mouse for testing and reviewing.



About CM Storm:

"Owning the PC trenches for almost two decades, Cooler Master ’s veterans present their scars from battles past as claims of triumph over the competition. United with a new generation of eSports athletes and engineers, now marching under the flag of CM Storm, the time has come to reveal truly ground-breaking, military grade hardware for the gaming revolution.


Through long-standing research programs, CM Storm is co-developed with the world’s most prolific enthusiasts and eSports prodigies. Thanks to intensive testing and continuous feedback, the CM Storm division has been able to encompass and improve upon gamers’ needs and their tough to handle scenarios.


By working directly with the gaming community we have injected our Storm Tactics into each and every product we make. Storm Tactics, with a heavily dedicated focus on Strength, Security and Control, will keep your most vital gear fortified and well tuned at all times.


2008 marks a new era for Cooler Master, as its fierce Storm Gear stands ready at bay to mobilize and back up your gaming skills.


CM Storm – Arming the Gaming Revolution"


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Comment from jmke @ 2013/02/11
Comment from Stefan Mileschin @ 2013/02/11
Originally Posted by jmke View Post
And that is a great thing right?
Comment from jmke @ 2013/02/13
yes, means they should improve a few things, not a lot, to make the Advance III a great success