After the video cards and power supplies - company Cooler Master Brings the screens to another surprising hardware category
Small screens that can provide relevant visual information are becoming a built-in part of quite a few components in the computer market - and having already seen them star in gaming keyboards, motherboards, graphic cards And even in internal power supplies, gaming mice seem to be a natural development.
The new MasterMouse 830 model of the Cooler Master is one of the first to incorporate a screen OLED Tiny built-in - in addition to programmable side buttons that are arranged in a similar way to a D-Pad joystick, which together are supposed to make the product more efficient in a variety of uses.
The MM830 is based on a Pixart 3360 optical sensor with a maximum sensitivity of no less than 24,000 DPI, made of a combination of plastic and rubber that helps maintain low weight and reduce sweating in the user's palm, including mechanisms from Omron at its buttons with a lifespan of 20 million Actions and also includes colorful RGB illumination around the hexagon that symbolizes the manufacturer's logo - but the main innovation is the small screen on the bottom left of course, which can be easily configured through the application.Cooler Master Portal to display relevant data such as the selected profile used at this time, processor processing power level, video card or dynamic memories, system volume, and more.
The tiny screen is a gimmick - but one that allows for some creativity and uniqueness on the part of the owner
ScreenOLED It may not be a revolution that will change the world of gaming mice, but it's another nice bonus that can help users - and also serve as a source of slight pride in front of others who do not enjoy the same feature.
The MM830 is now available for purchase in stores with a recommended official price tag of 80 euros, with actual prices starting at 60 euros in some stores - andAmazon UK can now purchase it at a final price of 63.24 pounds Including delivery, which is about 300 shekels. Worth it or not - come tell us what you think.