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CM Storm Reaper Laser Gaming Mouse Review

  1. Introduction
  2. Packaging and Specifications
  3. Closer Look
  4. Software Impressions
  5. Conclusion


Coolermaster sent their mouse from the aluminum series: Reaper. CM Storm Reaper is designed for palm users with aluminum on the mouse for the wrist and rubberized coat on the buttons and the side grips. The mouse has a very premium feel and obviously made to stand out in comparison with other mice, so we’ll get to see how good this mouse really is.

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