CM Storm Spawn ergonomicall FPS mouse

CM Storm introduces a new precise weapon, designed for professional gamers – the Spawn gaming mouse. It  is made form ABS Plastic, weights 142 g,  has anti-slip rubber side grips and includes extremely durable Japanese-made Omron micro switches that can endure 5 million clicks.

The CM Storm Spawn is equipped with with high-performance 3500 DPI sensor which can be adjusted on-the-fly to and Anti-Drift Control Sensor which provides lossless performance under mouse lift and drop, Ultra-Step Scroll Wheel Encoder that manufacturer claims enables a user to exercise absolute control over the slightest movements. The mouse include Sentinel-X 32KB microprocessor or storing button assignments macros and other mouse customizations, allowing you to plug and play on different system without losing your settings.

CM Storm Spawn mouse
CM Storm Spawn mouse

The Spawn will cost you $46/€40.

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