Originally Posted by FiftyKcal
Oh damn. It makes me sad that you need 2 mice to get one that's good rofl. I have the Xai Laser but I don't wanna spend money on getting a Sensei just to get this done. Though I must admit it looks damn nice Oo
idd it's sad that you have to get 2 mice to get one good one.
Originally Posted by Ragsters
What about getting a xai and a raw?
The reason I'm not going use a sensei raw shell, is that from my research I've found out that the xai has superior shell build quality. Seen people mentioning that the xai was made by an older steelseries OEM, which was of better quality and presumably more expensive, hence SS's switch to a cheaper OEM. It matches the fact, that my kinzu v2pro has very slippery rubber(more like hard black painted plastic) on the sides for my dry hands. The raw has the same hard side rubber, but not the xai.
And the reason I'm going to use the sensei internals over the sensei raw internals, is simply the fact that the sensei's internals are better..
Originally Posted by Nivity
The question is, exacly what do you need to do to fit sensei sensor inside the xai.
The overclock mentioned nothing about it, or pictures of doing it.
Tempted to buy a sensei and do it, but want to know exacly what needs to be done, for example the scrollwheel is way bigger on sensei then on the xai, does it fit etc.
Here you go friend: