Cooler Master MM831 Mouse: 32.000 DPI Resolution and Qi-loadable

Cooler Master increases its peripheral product range and launches the MM831, its first wireless mouse, on the market. Already in January Cooler Master presented the MM831 mouse concept at the CES. On the Computex you could now learn more about the model. The model offers interpolated 32,000 dpi and induction charging.

Thanks to interpolation of up to 32,000 dpi

Cooler Master advertises the MM831 with the enormous sensor resolution of 32,000 interpolated points per inch. The actual sensor actually only offers a native resolution of 12,000 dpi. Thanks to interpolation, however, the mouse with the built-in PixArt PMW-3360 sensor achieves a proud 32,000 points per inch. It is questionable, however, whether this will bring great advantages in gaming.

Omron’s two primary keys are designed for up to 20 million operations or around 50 million clicks. The mouse’s internal memory provides space for configuring the six additional buttons as well as for setting the RGB LED lighting, which can be configured in four zones.

Wireless Charging according to Qi standard

Another special feature of the MM831 is the support of the Qi standard, which allows the mouse to be charged wirelessly. A large selection of loading mats from various providers is available to the user for this purpose. Cooler Master has not yet provided any information on the service life or size of the battery.

Of course, the connection also works wirelessly via 2.4 GHz radio or Bluetooth.

Publication and price

The MM831 is expected to come in November 2019 for $100 on the market. Whether the release date also applies to Germany is still unknown.


Ergonomics Right-handed
Sensor Optical sensor: PixArt PMW-3360
resolution 200 – 32,000 dpi, 5 steps
speed 6.3 m/s
acceleration 490 m/s²
sampling rate 1.000 Hz
Primary keys Omron button, 20 million operations or 50 million clicks
Number of keys 6
Top side: 4
Left side: 2
Special keys dpi-Switch
Lighting Color: RGB, 4 zones
Modes: Breathing, Waves, Color loop
dpi indicator
connections USB-A cable, wrapped
Radio: 2.4 GHz
proprietary battery
Charging: Cable, Induction (QI)

Simon Lüthje

I am co-founder of this blog and am very interested in everything that has to do with technology, but I also like to play games. I was born in Hamburg, but now I live in Bad Segeberg.

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