The driver suite is pretty comprehensive. In addition to the usual deal of allowing full button reprogramming and macro functions, it also lets you set resolution as well as USB polling rate in four separate presets, which can then be cycled through using dedicated DPI switching buttons. Unlike any optical mouse, the Recon offers LOD (Lift-Off Distance) tweaking. This is a godsend for low-sensitivity gamers, who can now strike a careful balance between maintaining optimum tracking accuracy and setting the least LOD for their surface of choice.
Prima facie, it isn't clear why the driver suite lets you set button response time between a maximum of 32ms and a minimum of 5ms. However, allowing users to increase de-bouncing delay actually makes sense in the wake of the rampant double-click glitch plaguing mice such as the Razer DeathAdder. Doing so just might save you the trouble of calling in an RMA or worse, even as the switches deteriorate over time. This is smart thinking on Cooler Master's part, and a nod towards prolonging product life.
The driver suite is quite comprehensive
The malfunction speed is surprisingly low on Cooler Master's own Speed-RX cloth surface, but it's flawless on other surfaces
Updated 20 Jun, 2013, 10:58 am IST
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