CM Storm Xornet budget gaming mouse unboxing and review





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Published on Jul 16, 2013

Welcome to the unboxing and review of the CMstorm Xornet, one of CMstorm's budget mice. The Xornet is available for around $22, wich is very cheap for a gaming oriented mouse.
More info on CM Storms website: http://www.cmstorm.com/en/products/pe...

The design guy likes the mouse (he even used it for some editing) though the guy behind the camera doesn't like it because he thinks the mouse is too small.
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Welcome to another GhettoUnboxings video
Today we'll be taking a look at the CM Storm Xornet.
The Xornet is a very low budget gaming mouse from CM Storm, it's available for just over $20 or €.

On the back of the package we can see the specifications. We won't discuss all of it, but most important is the 2KDPI sensor, wich is on the low side for

a gaming mouse, and the buttons to change the DPI on the fly, wich is pretty usefull for gamers.

Inside the package we find the mouse itself and the quickstart guide, wich you most likely won't be needing as no software is required. Just plug it in and

you're ready to go. Inside the quickstart guide is a piece of text CM Storm wrote about the functionality and design of the mouse. We can see here they designed it for a claw

grip. When we look further trough the guide we find a short summarie of the specifications in multiple languages, for if you couldn't understand the outside of the box.

Taking a look at the mouse itself we can immediatly understand why CM Storm states the mouse is designed for a claw grip, the mouse is allmost as wide as

it is long. As you can see the mouse looks rather small, and I even don't have big hands. When the cameraman tried it out his fingers hung over the front several

centimeters. While some players prefer a claw mouse CM Storm might have overdone it, sometimes it seems more like holding a small mouse like you would

buy for using on your laptop rather then a proper gaming mouse.

Exept for being short they did a fantastic job on the shape of the mouse, the pinky rest's shape is very nice, feeling very natural when using the mouse.
The DPI switches are positioned under the scrollweel, making sure you dont accidently click them mid-game.
On the side we find 2 side buttons, mostly used while browsing, and the rubber grips, wich feel very good and give you plenty of control.

Taking a look at the bottom the sensor is revealed, wich as said before is a 2KDPI version. While this is on the very low side for a gaming branded mouse, we

must not forget it's very cheap as well, we don't think you will find a mouse with a higher sensor for just over 20 dollars.

Overall the build quality is not bad at all, we expected less for the price. However it must be said that if you have the budget you might want to spend a

little bit more to get a higher DPI sensor. The design of the Xornet is a hit or miss really, while I would be perfectly fine to use it, it's far to small for my collegue who tested it. It seems like a good idea to test it out before you buy it.


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