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Our second mouse review for the week takes a look at another budget entry, this time from Cooler Master with the Mastermouse MM530. But, with an excellent sensor and deep customisation this is one mouse that definitely aims to offer a lot of bang for your buck. Or click for your cash. Yeah, that works.


Cooler Master’s Mastermouse MM530 is an upgrade to the hardware maker’s previous Storm Mizar entry, with several new features and customisation options that make it a great budget entry for gaming. For the price, you get fully customisable DPI settings, ranging from ridiculously low 100 to the equally silly 12,000. Plus, the sort of RGB lighting that lets you know you’re in the year 2017. In fact, barring a few notable design decisions like it feeling slightly too small overall, it’s an impressive gaming mouse.


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