Cooler Master MM711 Gaming Mouse Overview
The Cooler Master MM711 has pretty much the same dimensions as the MM710 which are 116.5 x 62.4 x 38.3 mm. Since we have some added in components the MM711 weighs in at 60 grams, which is still extremely lightweight. The mouse has a slight hump at the back, which slowly slopes down towards the front. Cooler Master says the design of the mouse can be used with a claw, palm, or fingertip grip.
Cooler Master will be offering this mouse in two different color with two different coating variants. So you have black or white with either a matte or glossy finish. We received the black matte version of the mouse. Just like most lightweight mice there are various sections cut out of the mouse to bring the weight down.
On the left side of the mouse there are two buttons, while there aren’t any on the right side. There are also no grips on this mouse at all. One cool thing about this mouse is that because of the cut-outs you can actually see inside the mouse, although this time Cooler Master has added a diffuser for the RGB.
Moving up to the top of the mouse you have your standard two main buttons, which are powered by OMRON switches. In the center you have your scroll wheel, which will now have RGB lighting as well. So in total you’ll have six programmable buttons.
If we look at those main mouse buttons again, but from the front we can see that they are slightly concave, which will help your fingers stay in place easier.
Coming out of the front of the mouse is your USB cable. Cooler Master is using their ultraweave material on the cabling. I absolutely love this material! It is super lightweight, is durable, yet flexible, and it does not bend like braided or rubber cables.
Flipping the mouse over to the back we can see there are there even more pieces cut out of the mouse. Right in the center we have our sensor, which is the PixArt 3389 16,000 DPI sensor. Also on the bottom of the mouse are three large PTFE feet, remember that Cooler Master has supplied a second set when these first wear down. For those wondering about all of these holes and possibly spilling a drink that could ruin your mouse, Cooler Master has sprayed the PCB with a dust and water-resistant coating.