Cougar 700M Black Edition Continued
The front of the 700M plainly has the inner frame exposed as it flanks both sides of the scroll, with a large rubber section to offer grip in its heavily segmented movement. On either side, the button angles down from the center, but also offers a final upward angle to keep you on top without sliding off the sides.
As we move to the top of the 700M, we find not only the typical left and right click button we would expect to find, but just behind the gold scroll wheel there is an on-the-fly DPI adjustment button. Also, hanging off the left side of the mouse is a button with no predefined purpose, this button can be set to suit any need.
Just behind the DPI button, nestled into the aluminum frame, there is a section that can be lifted out of this mouse. This is where those four additional weights can be added in and locked into place.
When we flip the 700M on its top, we now see that not only does the aluminum frame go front to back, it also spreads to the sides to give rigidity to this design with a super solid base to build off of. Around the cross of aluminum, there are four PTFE feet with an additional foot at the bottom of the wing on the right to make for effortless gliding during use.
Coming out of the "muzzle break" as Cougar refers to it, we find 1.8 meters of cloth braided cable that terminates in a specially shaped cover for the gold plated connection. This connector even has the Cougar name on it for easy identification at the rear I/O panel.
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