Both models feature an DPI optical sensor, optical switches with a lifetime of 70 million clicks, and PTFE mouse feet. The wireless MM731 uses Bluetooth 5.1 or 2.4GHz wireless to connect to your PC and uses the 19k DPI PAW3370 sensor. The MM730 on the other hand uses the 16k DPI PWM3389 sensor.
The wireless MM731 is offered on Amazon for $89.99. At the moment, I don't know the pricing of the MM730.
When we first made an entry into lightweight mice, we weren’t exactly sure about the future of such a distinct product. After all, in some circles it was more meme than mouse — the result of some overindulgence free thinking…but now, thanks to some innovation and knowhow, we’re approaching the endgame for lightweight mice — the apex of ultra-responsive peripherals.
Introducing: the MM730 and MM731: two lightweight gaming mice that clock in at 48g and 59g, respectively.
You might be thinking, “hey goobers, these don’t look like lightweight mice. Where’s the holes?!”
First off, how dare you. You’ve got some nerve mouthing off like that.
But also, we understand where you’re coming from since they don’t look like so-called lightweight mice. We’ve taken everything we learned from making the MM710 series and MM720, and pushed the boundaries even more. The result? Mice that are ridiculously light without any HOLES. And of course, they still include all our signature features: Endgame sensor, PTFE feet for maximum glide, Ultraweave Cable for minimal snagging, hybrid wireless in the MM731 for more uncorded freedom, and more.