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Redragon M711 Cobra Gaming Mouse Review

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The Redragon M711 COBRA offers affordable wired performance and a well-built, comfortable design with integrated RGB lighting. It’s also incredibly versatile, with nine programmable buttons, adjustable DPI, and an impressively low click latency. Great for gamers on a budget but lacking in advanced functionality.

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Overview

The Redragon M711 COBRA is a 2018 model high-end gaming mouse that boasts RGB lighting for gaming. This device has nine buttons in total, supporting customization. It is a wired USB mouse, connecting seamlessly to Windows and macOS devices. Our best computer mouse buying guide discusses similar advanced models. Users will be pleased that it has adjustable sensitivity up to 24,000 CPI.

This mouse has 7 programmable buttons (10 programmable inputs), and boasts customization software with onboard memory for managing settings. Gamers should note that it supports adjusting the polling rate between 125 and 1,000 Hz, offering an edge during high-octane games. This model has a scroll wheel designed for medium to large hands. However, weighing 100.6g, it’s not as portable as some smaller options. Continue reading for details about the Redragon M711 COBRA mouse, and browse our top-rated gaming mouse list to review your options.

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our Verdict

The Redragon M711 COBRA gaming mouse is a wired option with a well-built body that’s comfortable for nearly all hand sizes with a right-handed configuration. However, the M711 is a little heavier than other gaming mice. With nine programmable buttons and user-friendly software, this mouse offers a high level of customizability to fit your preferences. It also offers a responsive and smooth scroll wheel, though it lacks tilt functionality, which is disappointing.

The M711 COBRA’s performance is a bright point, though, with an adjustable DPI of up to 24,000 and an adjustable polling rate between 125Hz and 1,000Hz. During testing, the mouse also offered an impressive 11 ms of click latency. All in all, if you’re looking for an affordable wired gaming mouse, you can’t go wrong here.

True Score

73

Reasons to Buy

  • Sturdy, well-built, and comfortable design
  • Low, 11 ms click latency
  • Integrated RGB lighting
  • 9 programmable buttons
  • User-friendly customization software

Reasons to Avoid

  • Heavier than other gaming mice
  • No scroll wheel tilt functionality
  • Connection cable is a little stiff
  • Lacking advanced functionality

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The Redragon M711 COBRA is a 2018 model high-end gaming mouse that boasts RGB lighting for gaming. This device has nine buttons in total, supporting…

The Redragon M711 COBRA is a 2018 model high-end gaming mouse that boasts RGB lighting for gaming. This device has nine buttons in total, supporting customization. It is a wired USB mouse, connecting seamlessly to Windows and macOS devices. Our best computer mouse buying guide discusses similar advanced models. Users will be pleased that it has adjustable sensitivity up to 24,000 CPI.

This mouse has 7 programmable buttons (10 programmable inputs), and boasts customization software with onboard memory for managing settings. Gamers should note that it supports adjusting the polling rate between 125 and 1,000 Hz, offering an edge during high-octane games. This model has a scroll wheel designed for medium to large hands. However, weighing 100.6g, it’s not as portable as some smaller options. Continue reading for details about the Redragon M711 COBRA mouse, and browse our top-rated gaming mouse list to review your options.

With a maximum CPI of 24,000, the Redragon M711 COBRA is easier to customize than the Redragon Griffin M607, which maxes out at 7,200 CPI….

With a maximum CPI of 24,000, the Redragon M711 COBRA is easier to customize than the Redragon Griffin M607, which maxes out at 7,200 CPI. Otherwise, the two are advanced gaming mice with customizable RGB lighting. Check out our Redragon Griffin M607 Wired Mouse review to learn more.

The Redragon M711 COBRA is a more gaming-focused mouse than the Logitech M500S. Consequently, the Redragon M711 COBRA boasts RGB lighting, which the Logitech M500S…

The Redragon M711 COBRA is a more gaming-focused mouse than the Logitech M500S. Consequently, the Redragon M711 COBRA boasts RGB lighting, which the Logitech M500S lacks. Additionally, it has customizable CPI up to 24,000 CPI, giving users more control over the sensitivity than the Logitech M500S, which tops out at 4,000 CPI. Featuring nine buttons, this mouse offers more control than the Logitech M500S with its seven buttons. However, if you prefer the Logitech device, see our Logitech M500S Advanced Wired Mouse review for details.

Unlike the Redragon M711 COBRA which boasts RGB lighting effects, the Cooler Master MM710 is not lit. That said, the Cooler Master MM710 offers more…

Unlike the Redragon M711 COBRA which boasts RGB lighting effects, the Cooler Master MM710 is not lit. That said, the Cooler Master MM710 offers more control over the sensitivity, featuring settings up to 32,000 CPI, getting the better of the COBRA with its 24,000 maximum CPI. It is also ambidextrous, unlike the Redragon M711 COBRA, which is right-handed. Otherwise, both mice have multiple programmable buttons and both are designed for gaming.

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True Score

73

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Expert Score Breakdown

  • Rtings
    A

    Trust Score

    73
    The Redragon M711 COBRA is a good FPS gaming mouse. It feels well-built and has… read more

    By:

    Olivier Martin
  • Tech Power Up
    D

    Trust Score

    NR
    Very good sensor performance, Low click latency, Good button quality, Good scroll wheel, Decent choice… read more

    By:

    pzogel
  • Review Geek
    F

    Trust Score

    80
    High customization, Comfortable to use, Color-accurate RGB lighting, Might be too small for some users,… read more

    By:

    Eric Schoon

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