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Cooler Master MM710

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Mouse Details

Brand, model and release date.

ManufacturerCooler Master
Release Date2019
Your Rating
Amazon Rating 4.5

Dimensions and Weight

Size and weight of Cooler Master MM710 mouse.

Length~116.6 mm
~11.66 cm
~4.59 in
Width~62.6 mm
~6.26 cm
~2.46 in
Height~38.3 mm
~3.83 cm
~1.51 in
Weight~53 g
~0.05 kg
~0.12 lbs

Technical Specs

Sensor, lift of distance and rest of the specifications for the Cooler Master MM710 mouse.

Sensor TypeOptical
Sensor ModelPMW3389
Perfect SensorYes
Resolution (CPI/DPI)100 - 16000
Maximum Acceleration50 G
Max Tracking Speed400 IPS
Polling Rate1000 Hz (1ms)
Lift Off DistanceAdjustable (~2mm default)
Switches (Lifespan)Omron (20 million clicks)
Feets (Lifespan)PTFE
Onboard MemoryYes
Smoothing / FilteringNo
Hardware AccelerationNo
Click Latency-


Connectivity types for the Cooler Master MM710 mouse.

ConnectivityWired, USB
Cable Length~1.8 m
~5.91 ft
Cable TypeUltraweave cable

General Specifications and Features

List of additional Cooler Master MM710 features.

Mouse TypeGaming mouse
Suggested GripPalm grip, Claw grip, Fingertip grip
CPI/DPI IndicatorNo
LED LightingNo
LED AdjustableNo
Adjustable WeightNo
ColorBlack matte, black glossy, white matte, white glossy

Price and Warranty

Satisfaction is (not) guaranteed.

Warranty2 Years
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Opinions and Comments for the Cooler Master MM710

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  1. I use this mouse daily for work and gaming on a triple monitor setup. It has drastically reduced wrist/hand strain in my right hand by virtue of how light it is. Also, my hand size matches it perfectly for a claw grip. Mice double its height now cause some discomfort for me and I typically run it at 6500 DPI. It’s not for everyone but the out of the box DPI presets, low weight, and lack of RGBs make it great for work. Sensor precision is also excellent when working with small visual elements on a higher-res 4k monitor as my center monitor.

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