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SteelSeries Sensei Laser Gaming Mouse - 62150

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  • STEEL SERIES 62150 SENSEI LASER GAMING MOUSE
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  • Product Dimensions: 2.7 x 1.5 inches ; 11.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 14.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B005L38QLQ
  • Item model number: 62150
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (218 customer reviews)

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SteelSeries Sensei Mouse 62150 Mice


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Customer Reviews

The buttons on the right side of mouse were basically near impossible to not click.
Mike S
Overall, I would say that this mouse is definitely worth a buy if you care about having quality peripherals and are looking for a new mouse.
Anthony Antoine
High quality gaming mouse with a lot of mappable buttons and DPI settings, as well as customizable colors.
Sawyer David Piwetz

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24 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Wayne TOP 500 REVIEWER on November 19, 2011
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While I don't consider myself a "hardcore" gamer, I do spend plenty of time in front of the computer (or gaming console) playing various types of Racing, RTS, and FPS games. The last two of which are where a high-end gaming mouse can come in very handy. For these types of games, it's very important to have a precise mouse that's comfortable and customizable to your personal preferences.

First, let's talk about precision and customization. That's one area that this mouse excels in. I don't think I've seen any gaming peripheral that has so many features you can change. You can change between 2 different DPI (sensitivity) settings via a convenient button located below the scroll wheel. I personally have one setup for FPS and the other for RTS/Windows. Although you are welcome to create full separate profiles for your games, in case you'd like to have a sniping option, for example. You're able to change LED colors for the wheel, the DPI toggle button, and a nice logo towards the back of the mouse.

There are many other settings including acceleration, polling rate, and others that I found best to leave at their default settings. These settings can be changed from the software or the built-in LCD, which I'll go into later. You can of course customize the 7 buttons to do whatever you like, which is fairly standard with most mice. Speaking of buttons, this takes us into ergonomics, which is where it misses on perfection.

The mouse itself is comfortable and I haven't had any issues playing BF3 for hours. However, I do find that the hand-shaped Logitech G500 with its slightly larger size is nicer to use. It just fits my hand a little better. The buttons on the right side (I'm right-handed) also get in the way. I find that I keep accidentally clicking them while gaming.
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19 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Sewerindex on January 14, 2012
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I am very difficult to please when it comes to gaming gear, especially mice. When I unfortunately decided to get back into competitive FPS games (CS Source) I had to find a mouse that could replace my old G9 and support my unusual hybrid claw/palm grip.

On my search to find this mouse, I went through several other gaming mice including:
- Razer Death Adder: I found to be too large to support my hybrid claw grip.
- Zowie EC2: Slightly smaller than the Death Adder, but again could not support my grip.
- CM Storm Spawn: I went entirely in the other direction buying a pure claw grip mouse. I think this would have been okay if not for the damn pinky rest I could not get used to.

After buying the Sensei, I could not have been happier with its feel, and subsequent performance when I game. As any computer game player will tell you, the last thing you want to be thinking about is if your mouse is comfortable while you're playing. After a few days, it felt like an extension of my hand.

However... now that I'm out of my teens, I eventually decided to stop playing competitively, which leaves me with a really expensive mouse for day to day use and very light gaming. Without the need for extraordinary precision, I feel kind of gluttonous using it.

The last comment I have is it does attract finger prints, but I never found it distracting in the least and they wipe off easily.
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451 of 584 people found the following review helpful By IdrA on October 12, 2011
I used to be really, really good at starcraft2. Then I had a brain aneurism or something and I became incapable of winning a game. Recently I switched to the steelseries Sensei mouse, and just a few weeks latr I won an international tournament. The sensei's sensor and tracking are incredibly smooth and high quality, you get unparalleled accuracy and speed no matter what situation you're using it in. It's also very comfortable to use, it fits hands of all sizes perfectly and glides smoothly over any kind of mouse pad.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By N. Johnson on March 2, 2012
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After a lot of research I decided that this was the mouse for me. My two biggest criteria were adjustable CPI and buttons on both sides of the mouse (beyond left and right click, of course). The Sensei fit the bill and the size and shape were approximately the same as my beloved Intellimouse Explorer 1.0A.

I'm going to save some of you some reading at this point. If you don't already know why you're buying an adjustable CPI mouse for $80 then you really should look elsewhere because this mouse isn't for someone who doesn't enjoy tweaking their computer. If a term like "upgrading firmware" is something that you've heard your nephew or grandson talking about then save your money and buy a $10 standard USB mouse, you really won't be able to tell the difference.

If you're still with me then I'll dig a little deeper into this wonderful piece of hardware.

The only reason this is not a five star review is because the side buttons are smaller than I'd like which makes them a bit more of a challenge to access in my fingertip grip (I squeeze the mouse to press the side buttons without actually engaging them with a fingertip). That being said, it's a very simple adjustment for me to make to utilize this mouse exactly like my old one.

The buttons on the Sensei are firm and utilize microswitches that feel crisp and accurate. The mouse wheel is comfortable and precise. The switch to change CPI is in a somewhat awkward place, although this does appear to be an industry standard for the most part. You cannot re-program that CPI button, nor can you re-map another button to access that function. All of the other buttons are fully programmable and can be made to interface your browser's forward/back function (more on that later).
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