If you recently SteelSeries renewed one of its most classic mice with —among other things— RGB lighting, how can you not strain that kind of aesthetic detail Cooler Master on your new mouse? The truth is that the new MM711 is a visually peculiar mouse that seems taken from a Halloween promotion. What we said in the title is not a joke: anyone with an apex of tryphobia in his being sure he feels a tickle in the neck looking at him. It’s not completely new, really, because the brand has already launched that same concept, but without RGB, several months ago .

The idea of ​​drilling the mouse surface is simple: this allows Lighten weight and refresh your hand. The weight, which is slightly less than 60 g, is far from the 100 g of many mice to play in the market. The rest of the mouse is the same as the MM710, with a Pixart 3389 optical sensor that reaches up to 16,000 dpi , six buttons and ambidextrous design (although it seems more suitable for right handed by the placement of the two buttons lateral). Moreover, this time the mouse can be purchased in several versions: matt white, gloss black and gloss white.