For reference, my hand size is about 19cm x 10cm and use claw grip. Previously, I've used other gaming mice such as Logitech G Pro Wireless, Finalmouse Ultralight Phantom, Finalmouse UL2, and G-Wolves Skoll.
• 53g total weight is incredible
• M1 and M2 clicks were very crisp in my copy with no pre-travel
• Side buttons are also crisp and had very minimal pre-travel
• Scroll wheel has nicely defined steps and feels smooth
• Middle click is tactile
• Stock cable is just as good as paracord
• Not necessarily a con, but I'm not a big fan of the stock mouse feet and will be upgrading it whenever possible. While the stock mouse feet are made from PTFE, they're on the thinner side and its edges aren't rounded. When using a slower mouse pad like the Zowie GSR, you can feel some slight friction. I imagine this not being an issue with a faster mouse pad like the AMP500 or anything from Artisan. However, this doesn't mean the stock mouse feet are bad by any means. I've just been spoiled after market mouse skates from Hyperglide and Tiger Arc.
• Side wobble on M1 and M2 were not present in my copy as noted in some complaints made online. I may have lucked out or received a newer batch that fixed these issues.
• When gripping the mouse fairly hard on the sides, I wasn't able to replicate issues of the side buttons actuating. In fact, there wasn't any flex in the side walls at all.
• I gave the mouse a good shaking and there wasn't any rattling either
• Honestly, for $50, the MM710 gives you the best bang for your buck compared to other ultralight mice that are out there right now.
• Shape is really important when choosing a mouse. While the MM710 is quite small, the wider and taller back makes a big difference in comfort. Claw gripping this feels perfect for my hand size. When comparing this shape to the Finalmouse UL2, I just couldn't get a comfortable grip on it without switching to fingertip grip because of the slimmer and shorter back.
|商品尺寸||10.54 x 7.65 x 3.73 cm; 49 克|