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Written by Dan Ferguson - Edited by Olin Coles   
Tuesday, 03 August 2010
Table of Contents: Page Index
CM Storm Inferno Laser Gaming Mouse
Features and Specifications
First Look: CM Storm Inferno
Closer Look: CM Storm Inferno
Inferno Detailed Features
CM Inferno Fine Tuning
Testing and Results
Final Thoughts and Conclusion

CM Inferno Features

  • 4 Customizable Profiles
  • 6 Programmable Scripts
  • 32 extra combo functions via Storm Tactics Key
  • 36 Programmable Macros
  • Multimedia Emulation
  • Ultra Wide Scroll System
  • Individualized Scroll Speeds
  • Adjustable USB Report Rate
  • Adjustable Button Response Time
  • Mechanical DPI Switching
  • Settings Stored in Internal Memory
  • Operates Without Drivers
  • Portable Configuration ApplicationCM Storm Inferno Laser Gaming Mouse SGM-4000-KLLN1-GP

SGM-4000-KLLN1-GP Specifications

  • 4000 DPI Storm Tactical Laser Sensor
  • 128KB Sentinel-X Memory
  • 11 Button Output
  • 9 Programmable buttons
  • Rapid Fire Tactical Key
  • Storm Macro Pro Key
  • Storm Tactics Key
  • Max Speed of 115 inches per second
  • 2 mm Lift-off Distance
  • 1000 Hz USB Polling Rate (1 ms response time)
  • Ergonomic Design
  • Gold-Plated USB Connection
  • Full-Speed USB



 

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# EmbargoOlin Coles 2010-08-03 13:00
Benchmark Reviews respects all NDA and product embargo agreements. The CM Storm Inferno was under embargo until 12-August-2010, however the embargo was lifted when a German website published their review early back on 28-July-2010.
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# RE: CM Storm Inferno Laser Gaming MouseK 2010-08-03 13:51
You might also want to check up on the Z-axis tracking. The Philips Twin eye is notorious for that.

##youtube.com/watch?v=MZhFKOq8CM8
##youtube.com/watch?v=wD0ThxpVHMs

As seen in the Imperator. I can confirm for you that this issue is present with any mouse that has the Philips Twin-Eye present.
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# where can i buycube 2010-08-03 15:40
this mouse looks and according to your review, i wanna have it now!!. where can i buy it?
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# RE: where can i buyOlin Coles 2010-08-03 15:47
The CM Storm Inferno won't be available until 12-August-2010. It should be listed at NewEgg on or before that date.
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# Z axis ?bergen 2010-10-30 04:53
Z axis issues are common with mice using the Phillips Twin-Eye laser sensor, so unless that flaw has been fixed in the Inferno mouse, I would avoid it. you can see this flaw demonstrated on youtube ##youtube.com/watch?v=MZhFKOq8CM8
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# programmable buttonsChristian Segesdi 2011-02-21 17:38
Hello and thanks for this outstanding review. I discusses some points that no other reviewers seem to care about, but can be important for many.
There is still one thing that I can't get cleared up after digging through a lot of reviews and info.
The Inferno's feature list states that only 9 of the 11 buttons are programmable. The software screens don't I find tell nothing of which buttons are Not programmable. Also you state that 11 are. The main thing I would like to know is this:
Exactly which buttons am I Unable to assign at least a keypress to?
Thank you in advance for your time and possible help.
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