If you have had instant noodles in the past, you probably know how great they are. Instant noodles were invented in Japan by Momofuku Ando. According to the World Instant Noodles Association, or WINA for short, they were produced in 1958, but inspired during the time when Japan was recovering from the Second World War. Momofuku wanted to create a ramen meal that would satisfy the hungry, have a longer shelf-life, and have a faster cooking time. When I was growing up, my parents would not normally buy instant noodles, especially since they are not very healthy. However, as I grew up, my parents relented and we had them once in a while. My favorite way of preparing instant ramen involves adding pan-fried Spam and scrambled eggs for a fuller meal. It definitely takes a bit more work, but the additional effort is worth the extra "yum". On the other hand, despite all the things we might add to instant noodles, there are times where having it unadulterated by anything else is the best way to enjoy this snack. This is because even on its own, the noodles shine and do not need additional ingredients to make it tasty. If I were to ask you about the purest, unadulterated form of an excellent gaming mouse, you might answer with something that is responsive, without anything unnecessary, and with a capable sensor. Today, we have the Cooler Master MM710. Announced during Computex earlier this year, this was said to be an ultralight mouse, with only the necessary things for a pro-grade gamer experience. Is this actually the case and how does it fare in our tests? Let us read on to find out!