Compared to the frankly outrageous design of the Cooler Master MECH, the CM Storm Reaper which flopped upon my desk has a more ordinary design, but still with a few important features that resonate with the MECH keyboard; 1000hz polling rate, on-board memory and the removable slab of aluminium. Importantly, for the large majority of gamers out there, it does not follow in the MECH footsteps as being obscenely expensive and has a relatively attractive pricing of around R800 locally, firmly placing it on the moderately expensive side of the mid range.
The competitive waters of the mid range is a perilous place for mice that don’t offer the best performance and features for the price. So the question for the Reaper mouse is: Does it have the features and performance that can safely see it through the murky shark infested waters? For the most part it has, but not without getting some scars in the process.
Watch the unboxing for an introduction to some of its features of the Cooler Master CM Storm Reaper.
What to Expect
Page 1: Introduction
Page 2: Ergonomics And Design Review: Holding A Baby Seal
Page 3: Performance Review: A Seal In Competitive Waters
Page 4: Performance Review: Continued
Page 5: Software Review: Solid, Yet Tame
Page 6: Conclusion: Seal Of Approval
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