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Cooler Master's MM720 gaming mouse receives limited edition colorways

Cooler Master Blue Mouse
Cooler Master Blue Mouse (Image credit: Cooler Master / NachoCustomz)

What you need to know

  • Cooler Master is collaborating with NachoCustomz.
  • This collaboration has resulted in special limited editions of the MM720 gaming mouse.
  • The mouse will be available in five new colors.

When it comes to picking out the best mouse for your setup, keep Cooler Master in mind. It brought us the excellent MM710 gaming mouse not too long ago and now has the MM720 making the rounds. Not only that, but it's collaborated with artist NachoCustomz to produce the prettiest MM720s you're likely to ever see.

The five limited-edition colorways being produced as part of this collaboration are the following:

  • Vivid Red
  • Electric Blue
  • Erika Pink
  • Beryl Green
  • Light Yellow

Cooler Master Mice

Source: Cooler Master / NachoCustomz (Image credit: Source: Cooler Master / NachoCustomz)

Have you ever heard of an Erika Pink gaming mouse before? No? Well, now's your chance to grab one before they're gone.

Cooler Master's comments on the collaboration say it all. Bryant Nguyen, Peripheral General Manager, said this about the company's chance at working with NachoCustomz. "We're excited to finally work with his incredible eye for detail to make new, strikingly sexy versions of the already-popular MM720."

These limited edition variants of the swiss-cheese-esque mice will set you back $100, as fashion is expensive and tech with actual sex appeal (as described by Cooler Master) is, naturally, even more expensive. But $100 is a small price to pay when it comes to acquiring the tortilla-flavored stylings of the creator who put the "z" in "customs."

The point is, Cooler Master has a good track record and some cool color options, to boot. As of now, you can pre-order the mouse of your choice. "This is a pre-order item which is plan to be fulfilled in 2 months," the page reads. You read that right. Now, if you're interested, go lock that mouse pre-order and sit tight for sixty days.

Robert Carnevale is the News Editor for Windows Central. He's a big fan of Kinect (it lives on in his heart), Sonic the Hedgehog, and the legendary intersection of those two titans, Sonic Free Riders. He is the author of Cold War 2395. Have a useful tip? Send it to robert.carnevale@futurenet.com.