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SteelSeries Sensei Laser Gaming Mouse (Grey)

75% Positive Reviews
Rated #13 in Mice


Pros: Great performance, ambidextrous, highly customizable, cool lighting

Cons: Expensive, slight bugs in earlier versions its software

Best gaming mouse there is, not much else to say. Works perfectly, looks good. 10/10 thumb.gif


Pros: up to 11k DCPI and highly coustomizeable. (at least visually)

Cons: Wish the body of the mouse was just a bit taller

This mouse is insanely responsive I have the FNATIC version but its functionally the same it looks great feels great and works great worth every penny.

This is the best mouse I've ever used
I used to have Gigabyte GM-M8000 followed by Logitech G500
the Gigabyte was really awesome but then suddenly my friend stole it from me lol and Gave me his G500
the G500 was great too but a little heavy for me
then I got this which has a light feeling in my hand fits my hybrid grip greatly

has a feature I really liked which is FREEMOVE that reduced sudden pointer twitch when you get shocked by an enemy soldier being so close to you and madly fire at him lol

smooth, accurate movement you can feel it as part of your hand (seriously tongue.gif)
fits left handed people
nice shiny look thought it's a dust magnet

Driver installation could be buggy for some people

Used in combination with Razer Scarab BF3 Edition Mouse pad, my settings are:
1500 CPI1
500 CPI2
ExactLift: 100%
ExactAccel: 0
ExactAim: 2
FreeMove: 5
Report rate: 1000

Overall... the best mouse I've had till today smile.gif


Pros: Ambidextrous,LCD,Changeable glidez.

Cons: Sensor acceleration,Cheap feel(materials),Software bugs,Ambidextrous.

I put ambidextrous at cons because the right mouse buttons can be easily pressed while gaming.I had to disable mine.The sensor acceleration became a pain in the a**.It can be frustrating even at web surfing.I tried every "mouse fix" out there but the sensor acceleration can't be turned off or lowered.It has acceleration even on a hard pad (Razer Destructor) at low DPI (450,630,720,810 etc.) .A gaming mouse shouldn't have acceleration at all.Don't be fooled by the "professional gamers" that are advertising this.They are paid to do it.So,before you buy this I suggest that you go and try it at a friend or a store/showroom.

To lower more of the Windows acceleration try doing this:

Windows key>Ease of Access Center>Make the mouse easier to use>Set Up mouse keys>Pointer Speed.

You can set it the way it feels good to you.smile.gif
SteelSeries Sensei Laser Gaming Mouse (Grey)

Based off the critically acclaimed Xai gaming mouse, the SteelSeries Sensei is a top of the line laser gaming mousededicated to suiting tournament level players. It features a highly sophisticated firmware that allows for multipleadjustments of the sensor functionality, as well as complex macros to customize the mouse to the user’s specificdesires. With the SteelSeries Engine and illumination present on the design, the Sensei has a new look, both on theoutside and on the inside. At the same time though, the Sensei still retains all the features that the original Xai is knownfor such as its ambidextrous design, the ability to save different profiles on board, and the LED panel to customize themouse on the fly.

BindingPersonal Computers
ESRB Age RatingRating Pending
FeatureThree zonelighting ? Scroll Wheel, CPI Indicator, and Logo
Hardware Platformpc
Is Autographed0
Is Memorabilia0
Height2.3 inches
Length7.9 inches
Weight0.91 pounds
Width6.8 inches
List Price$89.99
Operating SystemWindows
Package Quantity1
Product GroupCE
TitleSteelSeries Sensei Laser Gaming Mouse (Grey)
Warranty1 year
Model Name/TypeMPNEAN/UPC
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