With the MM730 and MM731 models, Cooler Master introduces two new gaming mice that want to score with low weight. The wired MM730 is even a bit lighter than the wirelessly usable MM731.
MM730: One of the lightest gaming mice on the market
Weighing just 48 grams, the MM730 is not only below the 50-gram mark, but also below the nominal weights of nearly all other gaming mice on the market. So Cooler Master is not only following the trend of less weight here, but is directly advancing by undercutting relevant brands. It is interesting that Cooler Master does not rely on holes in the case to achieve the low weight this time – and even installs RGB LEDs. Inside the mouse, the PMW-3389 PixArt sensor is used, which resolves between 200 and 16,000 cpi in seven steps, offering speeds of up to 11.4 meters per second. Acceleration, meanwhile, is 490 meters per square second, while the interrogation rate is 1,000 Hz.
Furthermore, the wired mouse is equipped with buttons from LK Optical that promise a lifetime of up to 70 million clicks. A total of five buttons are available, which are fully programmable. Up to five profiles can be stored on the mouse.
MM731: Wireless and a little heavier
The MM731 wireless mouse differs only slightly from the MM730. For example, they share dimensions, buttons, and internal storage options. However, there are differences in terms of weight and the sensors used. The MM731 weighs 59 grams, which is due to the battery, and is equipped with the PixArt PAW-3370 sensor. It resolves accordingly in seven steps between 100 and 19,000 cpi. Furthermore, it is faster than its wired counterpart, with a speed of 10.2 meters per second. Furthermore, unlike the MM730, it does not have two lighting zones, but only one.
Prices and Availability
Neither the market launch nor the prices have been commented by the manufacturer so far.