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Posted on Dec 21, 2011 | 0 comments

SteelSeries Sensei

SteelSeries Sensei

Steelseries Sensei is the companies current flagship. The mouse has been developed in collaboration with various pro-gaming houses from around the world. This is one of the most customizable mouse’s on the market. It is possible to add your  gamer tag on the LCD-display placed under the mouse, and users can pick from different colors on the different light sources around the mouse. The SteelSeries Sensei was developed together with some of the worlds best pro-gamers to fit their demanding needs. If a StarCraft 2 pro is using this mouse while playing with hundreds of APM, chances is that it will fit every other users demands. The mouse ships with SteelSeries Engine software for advanced customization.

SteelSeries Sensei

  1. Lcd Display
  2. SteelSeries Engine

The Good

  • Great software.
  • sensitivity settings to cover all demands.
  • surface coating has broken new ground.
  • Very accurate.
  • Built in hardware driver.
  • Rich number of features.

The Bad

  • The LED display under the mouse might be a bit hard to spot.
  • Some comments about the price.

SteelSeries Sensei

The Bottom Line

Mostly good things are being said about the SteelSeries Sensei. Most of the reviews states that this is a premium mouse with everything included. The ambidextrous design is something that’s being commented on. Most of the reviews point out that while there now are a few models on the market for both right and left-handed people, SteelSeries Sensei is most likely the best one yet.

The mouse is built for palm grip, where you put your whole hand on the mouse and cruise with it over the surface. The silver coating of the mouse is also being targeted in most of the reviews. With different opinions, while some say it works great att channeling perspiration away from the hand, others say the mouse gets slippery after long, intense gaming sessions.

Everyone of the reviews say that the software is really good, and that the customization fo the mouse is phenomenal. However a few minor flaws are named. The user interface are not always very intuitive and the user will have to search for the save button.

Last, this is a premium mouse. The price tag will not make everyone happy. As some of the reviews point out, maybe the display under the mouse might be a bit of overkill. However if you are happy with the premium price, SteelSeries Sensei is now one of the best mice money can buy.

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Sources

SteelSeries Hardwareheaven | Kitguru | xsreviews | bit-tech