DOOM & PUBG
It did take some time to get used to the smaller and much lighter MM710, as we tend to like larger heavier mice. However, after a few hours, we were right back at it, fast-twitch filling daemons in DOOM, and opting for 3200 DPI worked best for us here. For those using lower DPI, the LOD for the sensor is on point, and we saw little cursor movement, as its 2mm setting at default is right where it should be! In PUBG, we did bump the senor up to 4200DPI as we like to run and look holding the Alt-key and swinging circles around to see where threats may be running in from.
At that level of DPI, we rarely lifted the mouse, and we feel our accuracy is excellent at this setting, as our PUBG stats have gone up since using this mouse. Many more kills with the MP5 and Vector under a full spray of the clip, and whether using a VSS to hide or a big boom stick like the M24 or the AWM, more shots are landing on target!
Windows and Productivity
For the day to day grind, when it comes to the simple things like scrolling web pages, or using the scroll click to quick scroll, it all works as intended, pages go forward and backward, and the right and left clicks do what they do too - nothing out of the ordinary to report there. What we did like is when we were editing images. We sorted through the predefined DPI levels and found the 3200 DPI setting the best for all-around performance.
On a 55-inch 4K screen, higher DPI can make getting around the screen a breeze, but we must be too jittery for DPI over 6000 or so, as it becomes tough to open applications and pinpoint something for correction in an image. That being said, with all of the openings in this mouse, we have noticed two things. First, we are not filling the interior with finger gunk, and it is not full of dust or debris. On the flip side, we also do not see any weakness from the open structure. It is as robust in hand as any other mouse out there, just lighter and more comfortable to flick about on the mouse pad.
Last updated: Nov 15, 2019 at 01:16 pm CST