-9 programmable buttons
-4 profiles (128 kb)
-ergonomic design (they actually mean it this time).
Alright so first thing to say is that Coolermaster is a pretty new competitor in the gaming peripheral market (they are mostly known for their cases). The Inferno being their 2nd mouse is a huge improvement compared to their first "The Sentinal." And you know what? This mouse is fantastic and for good reason......
From my point of view, they practically stole ideas from the Logitech and Razer and combined the two. Yes that is the reason and I am serious. The rubberized material and depth is exactly the same as a deathadder, but the curviture and length is similar to the mx518. Heck it even has the "LED" logo in the middle =P (which up to now, i though only Razer did).
But that isn't the most interesting thing about it. This isn't just any mouse. It's an all around mouse for any form of gaming. It has an "Advanced Storm Macro Key" which is good for MMO and Strategy players. And a rapid fire button which is great for fps players. Especially in ET where your akimbo and rifle depends on how fast you click, the rapid fire key actually works pretty good. Unfortunately i can never get into the habit of hitting the rapid fire key ^^ (its hard to break a habit).
But you see the best thing about all of this is the price tag of $39. It just goes to show that even a ripoff of a combination of features of other mice can improve upon the originals. Making it one of the most comfortable mice I have ever used. I would only recommend it to the big handed individual who wants a comfortable mouse that will suit his/her gaming needs. If you got a very big hand and hate dragging your wrist or scrunching your hand, this is the mouse for you. For the small and average handed individual this mouse may be too big for you.