Cooler Master announces the MM310 and MM311, new gaming mouse that emphasizes innovative lightweight performance. The MM310 is a wired model, and the MM311 is a wireless model, which is connected wirelessly through 2.4GHz. The MM310 has also passed the NVIDIA Reflex certification, and it will have a better gaming experience when used with NVIDIA G-SYNC monitors.
Dennis Liu, general manager of Cooler Master’s peripheral business, said that Cooler Master likes the trend of lightweight mouse in today’s market, however, the punch-hole design was no longer suitable for Cooler Master, so turned to engineers with decades of experience for help to find a more elegant solution, resulting in the MM310 and MM311.
Although MM310 and MM311 seem to be ordinary, you can feel some differences when you get them. Cooler Master’s lightweight design makes the MM310 weigh 50g, while the MM311 (without battery) weighs 54g, all without punching holes.
The overall dimensions of the MM310 and MM311 are 125.5 x 71 x 40.5 mm, equipped with PTFE feet, and use the original optical sensor, mechanical micro switches with a lifespan of 60 million clicks, a polling rate of 1000Hz, a maximum DPI of 12,000 and 10,000, IPS of 220 and 100, and a maximum acceleration of 30G and 20G, respectively. Both mouse support Windows 8 or later, can also be used on MacOS, and support Cooler Master’s MasterPlus+ software, which can also adjust the MM310’s RGB lighting effects.
Cooler Master said that both the MM310 and MM311 will be available in black and white, and will be available on Amazon in mid-September, with suggested retail prices of $29.99 and $39.99, respectively.