Review: SteelSeries Sensei Wireless Gaming Mouse

Posted May 7, 2014 by Sam Chen in Reviews
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Sensei, Now without Wires!

steelseries-sensei-wirelss-laser-gaming-mouse-custom-pc-review-21Back in 2011, SteelSeries unleashed the original Sensei gaming mouse which at the time was one of the most advanced gaming mice ever produced. Along with the now familiar Sensei gaming mouse design, SteelSeries also crammed some of the most advanced technology into the gaming mouse including an ARM processor, onboard memory, and a LCD display allowing full profile and setting adjustment without the need of additional software.

Since then, SteelSeries also unveiled the Sensei [RAW], which removed some of the fancy features of the original Sensei in favor of low pricing, and most recently also unveiled the SteelSeries Sensei Wireless, which utilizes the same Sensei design, but adds wireless for those who simply can’t have the unsightly cord hanging around.

Given the fact that the original SteelSeries Sensei design has been one of our favorite gaming mouse designs since its introduction in 2011, we were quite excited when SteelSeries sent us one of their first review units of the Sensei Wireless gaming mouse for review.

Let’s take a look at how it fared!

SteelSeries Sensei Wireless Specifications

Manufacturer SteelSeries
Model Sensei Wireless
Sensor Pixart ADNS-9800
CPI Range 50-8,200 (DCPI up to 16,400)
Switches SteelSeries Switches (30 Million Clicks)
Backlighting Yes
Polling Rate 1000 Hz
Interface USB 2.0
USB Cable 6.5ft Braided
Dimension 41mm in x 69mm x 129mm
Weight 120g (0.264 lbs)
Warranty 1 Year
Additional Features Wireless, Docking Station
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