CoolerMaster Sentinel ZERO-G game mouse review -
The Sentinel Zero-G is based on a twin-laser sensor, a DPI of up to 5600 with up to five programmable profiles. The mouse is overall single-textured with a soft plastic feel to it. Not at all uncomfortable, and it won't get slippery when wet or sweaty and the OLED screen doesn't get warm.
As mentioned, the braided USB cable is very long; roughly two meters. Here we have left/right buttons + rubber scroll wheel. The smaller button just above the scroll wheel is a profile switch, and then the two buttons nearest to the OLED screen are the selectable DPI switches, with again more little LED lights above it. We'll show you some photos of that. Being a Shattered Horizon themed mouse, it displays that as the default logo. The LED color represents the assigned DPI level (red LEDs in the photo above).
Here we have the backside, as stated a 5600 DPI dual-laser sensor, we see some nice Kevlar glide skirts and all the way down, a latch.
When you open it up you'll notice that the mouse comes with a customizable weight system. You'll receive five removable weights. I like my mouse a little heavy, so using all five is perfect for me.
Cooler Master just released within the CM STORM line of products the Sentinel ZERO-G, an updated version of the last generation product, that TBH I still use. The Sentinel ZERO-G offers everything its older brother already has, but is tweaked, optimized and comes with a few surprises. We again spot the cute little OLED screen, adjustable weight system, superduper link braided 2M chord, and upgrade to 128kb of memory and yeah, it is just a really nice upgrade to what was previously launched.
CoolerMaster Hyper TX3 review
We test the new CoolerMaster Hyper TX3 CPU cooler. Though the cooler will not be high-end performance wise, it can still manage the latest Core 2 Duo and Quad processors really well, and sure, overclocked as well. This new TX3 also supports the upcoming Core i5 processors from Intel based on Socket LGA 1156. Typically this would not be a massively interesting release of course, however... with a sales price of only 14.95 EUR/USD let's face it... the dynamic certainly changes for the better.
CoolerMaster Aquagate MAX review CPU liquid cooling
A test on the CoolerMaster Aquagate MAX. This system is designed to be used inside your computer case for a completely self-contained system. If you are looking for a liquid cooling system to use for your performance computer the Cooler Master Aquagate Max may be just what you need. Dual 1200mm radiator, excellent looking reservoir and 400 liter/h pump, nice thick tubing and a very glossy water-block. A very interesting fact is .. it's not very expensive.
CoolerMaster Cosmos S review
CoolerMaster today introduced a new PC case/chassis updated from their Cosmos line of products. This unit is based on a standard Cosmos 1000 with some attention-grabbing new modifications targeted at the high-end and enthusiast consumer with a diminutive amount of money to spare. It's huge, it's profound, it's impressive, it's striking and it's called the Cosmos S; with the S for Sport.