is a market leader in cooling solutions for the personal computer, but they have also expanded to offer other peripherals and devices, and are not just limited to cooling devices. While this helps Arctic Cooling, it also helps the enthusiast feel comfortable that they are receiving a quality product from a name they have grown to trust.
We recently reviewed the Arctic M551 gaming mouse
from Arctic Cooling. This time we are reviewing another gaming mouse from their collection; the Arctic M571. The Arctic M571 offers a few differences when compared to the M551, including better ergonomics, a continuous shooting button, and the ability to adjust the weight of the mouse for comfort.
Before we take a closer look at the Arctic Cooling Arctic M571 gaming mouse, let's take a look at some of the features and specifications found on the official product page
on the Arctic Cooling website.
» Laser engine for absolute accuracy - even on glass
» Ultra-high sensitivity - 800 / 1600 / 2400 dpi
» Double-bullet and continuous shooting button
» Ergonomic design maximizes comfort for a long game play
» Personalize control and feel by the additional weights (up to 26 grams)
» Smooth, low resistance movements by slick gliding feet
» Back and forth thumb buttons for easy navigation
» Coated cord eliminates line clustering
» Sensitivity: 800 / 1,600 / 2,400 dpi
» Tracking Engine: Laser
» Connector: USB
» Typical power input: 0.15 W
» Cable: 1.8 m Ø 2.8 mm
» Dimensions: 120 (L) x 81 (W) x 44 (H) mm
» Weight: 138 g + optional up to 4 x 6.5 g weights
» Manufacturer code: M571-D (black) AMM5711-01000-A01
» EAN-Code: M571-D (black) 0872767003040
» Manufacturer code: M571-L (white) AMM5710-01000-A01
» EAN-Code: M571-L (white) 0872767003057
Arctic Cooling packaged the Arctic M571 gaming mouse in a silver and grey box identical to what we received with the Arctic M551. The front of the box clearly shows the actual product through a clear plastic window. The front of the box also has the Arctic Cooling logo, as well as the model number and the highest DPI setting. The back of the box, as seen in the below right image, is fairly plain and simply lists the specifications in many different languages, as well as also listing the model of the mouse and the highest DPI setting that the Arctic M571 can be set to, which is 2400.