Cooler Master MM711 Review

The Cooler Master MM711 weighs only 60g and is a bit heavier with the only difference being RGB lighting. MM711 comes with the same precision as the PWM 3389 optical sensor, a perforated housing, and now features a “super woven” Cooler Masters cable, one of the best cables I’ve found.Master Mouse 711 is a great gaming mouse favored for right-handed players with two thumb buttons on the left side. This honeycomb mouse is versatile and can accommodate a variety of hand sizes and grip styles. This model comes in a few different physical variations and hits the shelves at an affordable price.

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Cooler Master MM711

Cooler Master MM711 60G Glossy White Gaming Mouse with Lightweight Honeycomb Shell, Ultraweave Cable, 16000 DPI Optical Sensor and RGB Accents

The MM711 is a truly innovative mouse that does more with so much less. Along with all the pro-grade features that make our gaming mice deadly in combat, we’ve also implemented a striking new shell design, lightweight and durable Ultraweave cable and RGB – all while keeping the overall weight of the mouse to less than 60g.

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Cooler Master MM711 Design

The overall look of this mouse is very attractive. Honeycomb hole allows bright RGB brilliance, making it almost like a desk lamp. The casing and the main buttons are all-white, and apart from being earthen magnets, the look is impressive. The white is divided by RGB buttons and additional black (side, DPI, and wheel), which gives you a visually stunning aesthetic mouse.

Cooler Master MM711 Size and weight

The MM711 is a little mouse. The only saving grace was the 3.8cm hump, which I found slightly larger than other hilarious competitors of the same size, like the Logitech G305 or the slightly wider wired G Pro. The center hump is about 5.6 cm wide and will be more than enough to fit a smaller handgrip, but only 11.5 cm long you may want to use this mainly with a claw or finger grip. style.

If you’re used to the smaller-sized mice, you’ll find the size fairly standard, and if anything, you’ll find it more comfortable than Logitech’s safe variants. The overall size is close to the Glorious Model-O and the Zowie S2, although the MM711 has a bit more looks and is the size and shape that I prefer.

Several mouse manufacturers have reduced the weight of their mice with each new addition. There is a strange exception, but in general, mice have gotten lighter. I love my mice weighing about 90 grams with the 80 being the least I want to go there are now more options than ever for ultra-light, high-end gaming mice and the MM711 seems to compete directly with the Glorious PC Model O-.

Cooler Master MM711 Sensor and performance

Results during the tests were somewhat mixed. You may be wondering why. After all, this is a superior gaming mouse. Well, the sensor was accurate the whole time and I found the tracking flawless, at 400 IPS. If you’re serious about a lighter-weight gaming mouse, you’d probably ditch RGB for the cheaper MM710, right?

Whether you choose the MM710 or MM711, you are guaranteed to have a mouse that you can use on the keyboard and that you can trust.

Pros
  • Very Comfortable – Great shape
  • Great Performance – Top optical sensor remained reliable
  • Scroll Wheel – Great for both gaming and general usage
  • Cable – Lightweight, drag-free “ultra weave” cable
  • RGB – Design looks superb with the perforated shell and diffuser
Cons
  • Right-Hand Only – Ambidextrous, thumb buttons are set up for right-handed users only

Conclusion:

MM711 is only MM710 with RGB. However, that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t. If you are serious about getting an ultra-light mouse where functionality and functionality alone are essential then MM710 is the mouse for you. If you’re a little serious and enjoy a little styling with your mice, the pretty MM711 is a great way to go, but know you’re paying for RGB lighting.

Abdul Rehman

I have liked computer technology for a long time, since childhood, and have always been involved with various hardware and software. With my degree in computer engineering from a university recognized, it was a dream that came true and allowed me to quickly pursue my dreams. Currently, I work on various sites as a device reviewer and content writer.