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Cooler Master Storm Sentinel Advance & CS-M FPS Tactics Pad - The CS-M FPS Tactics DC Mouse Pad

Using a mouse to navigate is nothing new, but doing it in style with great accuracy is. Cooler Master offers up the Storm Sentinel Advance.

| Accessories in Peripherals | Posted: Jan 1, 1970 12:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 94%      Manufacturer: Cooler Master

The CS-M FPS Tactics DC Mouse Pad

 

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Keeping with the same theme as the Sentinel, Cooler Master's CS-M FPS Tactics DC pad comes packaged with all the icons familiar to the HUD's of your FPS gaming sessions. At the bottom left corner of the front there is a cut away hole to allow you to feel the gaming surface.

 

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Rotating the package, the next side displays some in-house ratings of the ability of this gaming surface, followed on the right with a brief statement about the Tactics DC.

 

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The rear of this package says this is a mouse pad and you should contact Cooler Master with any questions, in eighteen different languages.

 

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The last side of the Tactics DC package shows the key features and the specifications.

 

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Opening the top of the Tactics DC, we can see the pad has been rolled inside to accommodate for smaller packaging, also making shipping costs cheaper.

 

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Here we get a look at the CS-M FPS Tactics DC pad as it would sit on your desk. Cooler Master has taken the liberty to paint this pad with a few of the more obvious "don'ts" of FPS gaming.

 

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Getting very close to the surface the twin lasers are using to track off of, we see there is a very tight weave of fabric on the top which makes the Sentinel very accurate at 5600 DPI.

 

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The underside is made of an anti-skid, rubberized surface to keep this large pad in place throughout hours of game play.

 

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