|CM Storm Recon Mouse and Skorpion|
|Reviews - Featured Reviews: Input Devices|
|Written by Ami Young|
|Wednesday, 17 October 2012|
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Closer Look: CM Storm Recon and Skorpion
In this section we will take a closer look at the Storm Recon and Skorpion and discuss their main features.
The Storm Recon is a smaller mouse, fitting comfortably in my narrow hands. The Recon is an ergonomic mouse, built to be ambidextrous, and it works well as such. I can/did use this mouse with both my left and right hands, and it was easy to use both ways. Recon has a rubberized grip, which gives the mouse a matte look (no fingerprints!) and aids in the user's grip.
In this side shot we can see seven of the nine buttons Recon has, the other two being in the same position on the left side piece as these two are. The buttons are easy to use, although a bit too "soft" and I could see mis-clicking with them if your hand isn't positioned just so.
From the bottom we see the teflon feet, and the 4000 DPI sensor. A very quick mouse, I had no problem navigating around two 20+inch screens at max resolution. It also offers 3 individual multi-color LED zones, which can be fine tuned to any color you like, or turned off.
Skorpion is a mouse bungee. With removable legs, an iron weighted core, and a rubber flexible mouse cord holder, it's, well, exactly what a mouse bungee is.