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CM Storm Mizar Laser Gaming Mouse Review

  1. Introduction
  2. Packaging and Specification
  3. Closer Look
  4. Software Impressions
  5. End User's Impression and Conclusion


Along with CM Storm Alcor, I’ve received CM Storm Mizar for review.

Design wise, both mice are the same. The key different is the LED illumination for DPI switches and scroll feel, braided cord and rubber grips on the side of the mouse- the same grips that I would love to see them on CM Storm Alcor.

Another key difference is the sensor. Avago 9800 is a laser sensor with a usual ‘MOAR DPI’ marketing tag of up to 8200.

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