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CMStorm Mizar Ergonomic Laser Gaming Mouse Review

By: Chad Sebring | Mice in Peripherals | Posted: Dec 3, 2014 5:05 am
TweakTown Rating: 93%Manufacturer: CMStorm

CMStorm Mizar Laser Mouse




With the Mizar now free of its plastic prison, we wanted to give you a chance to view it and take it all in before we jump into the details.




Getting up close with the left side of the Mizar shows us that the top has a gentle curve with a high arch, which is perfect for a lazy palm grip. Under the body line, there is a pair of side buttons with a large rubber grip section that is dimpled like a golf ball for assured grip of the Mizar in any conditions.




Moving around to the back, we see that it comes almost to a point at the base to follow the natural split of the palm of your hand.




While the right side of the Mizar may not offer any buttons in this right hand only design, they were sure to apply the same dimpled rubber material to this side as well. So, if 8200 DPI does not keep you from needing to lift the Mizar, even when sweaty, the mouse is surely coming off the mousepad.




As we peer down the front of the mouse, we see the cable is directly in the middle. We can also see the way the right click side is cut shorter, as well as the camber of the top that is much more ergonomic for long hours of comfortable usage.




Between the right and left click buttons on top, we find the translucent scroll wheel with heavily segmented use, and a rubber band in the middle for the best grip to cycle weapons. Just behind the wheel are the default DPI up and down buttons for the on-the-fly capability of this design.




Under the mouse, we do find a centralized sensor, even if a bit high, but we also see tiny PTFE feet used to support and allow the Mizar to glide around. While most times you will not see it, the CMStorm logo molded into the base is a nice touch.




Last but not least, there is 1.8 meters of black braided cabling with the CMStorm logo on the connection, and it even ships with a protective cap on the USB 2.0 connection. We do wish that it came with a Velcro strap to bind the cable; after all, it is a gaming mouse with onboard memory.

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