Both the rubber and glossy editions of the Sensei mouse are going to offer the same hardware and software as the major difference between the two is going to be the appearance of the mouse itself as well as the surface where gamers will grip it. As with most SteelSeries products, gamers are purported to be getting top-of-the-line performance, when it comes down to the touch, shape and experience gamers will get when using the Sensei model. The texture of the glossy mouse is going to have a smooth feel. The rubberized edition will be the anti-sweat mouse for the gamers that might get a little hot under the pressure when playing their games. Along with the aesthetics side of the device, they come with illumination features which light up the wheel. The bright-white LED illumination is featured in three zones and can be configured via the software.
SteelSeries offers the ability to be able to do some changes on the fly with CPI toggle for high/low sensitivity adjustments. Not only does it offer the sensitivity adjustments but also you can do change the counts per inch, which is going to give you the ability to change the the pointer speed from 90 up to 5670 in increments of 90 so you can be spot-on when you are moving the mouse. Finally, the SteelSeries Sensei [RAW] is touted as a durable mouse too, with a double braided cord for no twisties or knots in your cord. The design also ensures that you won’t be able to easily destroy the cord if your mouse does jerk around for dear life.
The SteelSeries Sensei [RAW] mouse offers an ambidextrous design for both mice so whether you are a righty or a lefty, this can be your go-to gaming mouse. It also sports plenty of customization, leveraging its 32-bit ARM processor.
From the announcement, we imagine that the SteelSeries Sensei [RAW] Mouse is going to be yet another hit in the gaming world for SteelSeries. As with most of their products, the mouse will most likely be used by some of their sponsored teams which include the likes of many well known players.
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