Cooler Master’s MM730 is a fairly standard looking wired mouse with an extremely low weight (48 grams!) and highly responsive feel. A wireless version of the MM730 exists in the form of the MM731 however that version is ultimately quite a lot heavier since it comes in at 59 grams.
Diving straight into the MM730’s specs, you can see that this is a highly responsive mouse built with competitive gaming in mind. The ultra low weight of course being the main selling point.
Product Number: Black: MM-730-KKOL1, White: MM-730-WWOL1
Mouse Grip Type: Palm, Claw
Mouse Material: ABS Plastic, Rubber, PTFE
Mouse Color: Black, White
Mouse LED Color: 16.7 Million RGB
Mouse Sensor: PixArt Optical Sensor
CPI / DPI: 400-800-1,200(Default)-1600-3200-6400-16000
Mouse Tracking Speed: 400 ips
Mouse Lift Off Distance: < ~2mm / Adjustable
Mouse Polling Rate: 125 / 250 / 500 / 1000 Hz (Switch via software)
Angle Snapping: Yes
Mouse acceleration: 50g
Mouse Lifespan (L/R switches): Optical Switches, 70 Million
Mouse Buttons: 6
Compatible OS: Windows 8+, macOS
Software: Yes, Cooler Master MasterPlus+ Support
Cable: Ultraweave Cable, 1.8 M (Type-C to Type-A) with Gold-plated
Dimensions (L x W x H): 122.3 x 69.0 x 39.1mm
Weight: 48g / 0.11 lbs
Warranty: 2 years
Disclaimer: *To ensure optimal use of the product, please download the MasterPlus+ Software and update the latest firmware.
The MM730 is packaged in a rather nice cardboard box which folds up easily. Inside, the mouse is wrapped in a foamy protective wrap with the cable neatly tucked away in-between cardboard. Plugging the mouse in, you’ll immediately notice that the RGB lighting on it is rather pretty. The Cooler Master logo polygon is illuminated on the back and so is the mouse wheel. It looks clean and not overdone.
Users will be glad to know that Cooler Master has opted to include mouse grip tape in the package. So if you want a little bit more comfort, I’d suggest applying that to the mouse. With that said though, the mouse itself feels perfectly fine in your hand without the tape. Somehow, Cooler Master has managed to create a 48 gram mouse without drilling an obscene amount of holes into the chassis. It looks like a rather standard computer mouse and won’t trigger trypophobia so that’s a major plus point. It also feels quite sturdy too with zero flex when squeezed with a lot of force. It most likely won’t survive being rage thrown at a wall but then again, neither would most other mice on the market so we don’t recommend ever doing this.
Being 48 grams, this is an incredibly light mouse and competitive first-person shooter gamers will either love or hate this depending on their personal preference.
The mouse wheel itself is see-through and this shows the glorious RGB lighting off in all its glory quite well.
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20 October 2021
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