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CM Storm Sentinel Advance 5600 DPI Twin Laser Engine Pro Gaming Mouse ( SGM-6000-KLLW1-GP )

3.6 out of 5 stars 63 customer reviews

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  • Superior Gaming Grade Precision Twin laser engine to ensure extreme stability and ultra precise tracking performance.
  • Onboard Sentinel-X 64Kb Safeguards your mouse settings and store up to 5 different game profiles.
  • Octoshade LED Tech Enable yourself to quickly recognize your active profile
  • OLED Profile Management Allows gamers to switch DPI and profiles on the fly with instant visual feedbacks.
  • Tag Your Own Gaming Clan Logo Upload your own clan logo and display it in all its glory on the OLED profile management screen.

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Product Description

Dominate the competition and strike fear in your foes with the latest CM Storm Tech - The Sentinel Advance Mouse. This technological marvel utilizes the latest innovations in cutting-edge technology: 5600 DPI twin laser, rapid fire mode, internal Sentinel-X memory and our patented security, Storm Guard; The Sentinel Advance is designed for one purpose and one purpose only - to search and destroy. Overpower your enemies with speed and precision beyond their imagination. Conquest is at your fingertips - Sentinel Advance.

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CM Storm Sentinel Advance 5600 DPI Twin Laser Engine Pro Gaming Mouse ( SGM-6000-KLLW1-GP )
Dominate the competition and strike fear in your foes with the latest CM Storm Tech - The Sentinel Advance.

This technological marvel utilizes the latest innovations in cutting-edge technology: 5600 DPI twin laser, rapid fire mode, internal Sentinel-X™ memory and our patented security, Storm Guard™; The Sentinel Advance is designed for one purpose and one purpose only - to search and destroy. Overpower your enemies with speed and precision beyond their imagination. Conquest is at your fingertips - Sentinel Advance.


  • OLED Profile Management
    The Sentinel OLED-based system allows gamer to switch DPI and profiles with instant visual feedback.
  • Superior Gaming-grade Precision
    The Sentinel Advance utilizes a twin laser engine to ensure extreme stability and ultra precise tracking performance.
  • Advanced Storm Tactics™ Macro Support
    The Storm Tactics™ macro supports allows the Sentinel's intelligent firmware to record, replay, and schedule keyboard and mouse actions.


Tag your own gaming logo

OctoShade™ LED TECH
 

Weight adjustment system

Onboard Sentinel-X™ (64kb) microprocessor


Model SGM-6000-KLLW1-GP
Available Color Black and Gray
Material Rubber Grip / ABS Plastic / Mesh Bezel / Metal Plate
Dimension (W) 3.3 X (H) 5.3 X (D) 1.6 inch
(W) 83.5 X (H) 135 X (D) 40 mm
Weight 161.5 g / 0.356 lb
Sensor 5600 DPI Storm Tactical™ Twin-laser Sensor
X&Y Axis Configuration Independent and programmable
Maximum Tracking Speed 6.00 m/s 235 IPS
Maximum Acceleration 50g
Polling Time 1.0ms
Speed Measurement Real-time
Dynamic Surface Adaptation Tracks on all surfaces, ensures minimal lift-off distance
Onboard Memory 64Kb
Form Factor Right Hand Ergonomic
Button Assignment 8
Illumination IC controlled Illumination with 7 colors and variable lighting effects
DPI Display OLED
Weight System Yes, 4.5g X 5 pcs
UPC Code 884102006159

Product Information

Product Dimensions 6 x 2.5 x 8.8 inches
Item Weight 5.8 ounces
Shipping Weight 12.8 ounces
ASIN B002R5ABGY
Item model number SGM-6000-KLLW1-GP
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3.6 out of 5 stars 63 customer reviews

3.6 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #1,053 in Electronics > Accessories & Supplies > Computer Accessories > Game Hardware > PC Game Hardware > Gaming Mice
#26,907 in Video Games > Accessories
Date first available at Amazon.com September 14, 2004

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By David Tran on January 1, 2010
I was pretty skeptical when first buying this as it was a company's first attempt at a mouse (mind you that Cooler Master generally focuses on cases and PSUs), but I was blown away by how good this mouse is. I've used a couple mouses in the past (from some lame wireless Microsoft mouses to a Logitech G5). I must saw that this is superior in almost every way to those mice. First off, I must say that the price for this mouse ($50) is generally the pricepoint for a good mouse. The G5 is around the same price (if you want a new one). So the price isn't a killer (which makes me very happy, because buying games makes me broke). Next, the shape: The shape is VERY similar to a G5, which I loved. The extra addon of weights is a perk over the G5. Also, the OLED screen is a major plus along with lasers that go up to 5600. I think it actually spoils me. I feel weird using a mouse without a screen now.

Although this mouse is great in many ways, it is not for everyone. I would only recommend this mouse to those with large hands (like me) and prefer the palm grip. This mouse is the most ergonomic I've had, but this opinion only applies to large-handed people. The claw grip also works but I find that it is difficult without removing all of the weights. This mouse is still a tad bit heavy if you prefer to claw your mouse. This mouse also should only be bought by gamers. Everyone else in my house finds it annoying because of the high level of sensitivity that it has. This is solved through setting up various sensitivities though. You should also be decently strong if you want to use this (no I'm serious!) The amount of force required to push the scroll down (middle click) is a pretty high amount (which may be good or bad for you).
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I just purchased this mouse after having used a Razer Lachesis for the past 2-3 years. I was excited to try it out, and really wanted to like it, but I was unfortunately disappointed in it.

I'm not going to recap on all its features, as those are mostly obvious from reading the product info or many other reviews... What I will do is share my experience with it.

From a construction stand-point, it's a very nice mouse. It feels very solid and looks very nice. The soft rubberized touch, which is common these days, feels nice. However, they did not use it on the main mouse buttons, which can make them a little slippery; and they really don't have much in the way of a texture either. Mouse glides nicely on my Razer eXactMat. Only gripe here is that the DPI adjustment buttons feel cheap and are not solid in place like all the other buttons. I do also wish the USB cable was longer. I routed it the same way as my Lachesis and it does not quite work out well. Another 8" to a foot would be great. Oh, and the cable is rather stiff; although that might soften up with use... EDIT: After only a few days of use, the right mouse button has loosened up and the plastic no longer is solid, now it has some wiggle and noise like the DPI buttons... After a few more days, I can feel the main left click button also loosening, soon it will make noise like the others.

Function: During normal usage, it has very good tracking. It's lift-off distance is nice as well. However, it does have a Z-axis issue like many do. If you pick up the mouse a bit, the pointer tends to make its way towards the bottom left of the screen. (the Razer Lachesis also did this, but towards the bottom right).
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Right, so, the product itself has numerous features that are all well and good if you like bells and whistles, but it's important to remember that the more features you pile onto a product, the more parts there are that can break and will need to be fixed. One of the primary problems I have with the mouse is the tracking. On Windows startup, often the mouse fails to begin tracking at all, even though the left and right mouse buttons work, and I require several restarts before I can get the cursor onscreen to move. Another problem is that when it DOES track, it often skips and stutters, and when I need to lift the mouse when I run out of room on my mousepad, the "Twin Laser" sensor goes into some kind of snooze mode until I shake the mouse for a while.

Now for the fun bit, Customer Support. When I first addressed these issues at the CM Storm support forums, I was sent a Private Message from an Admin asking for my personal information, because CM had some sort of new mousepad in development and they wanted to show it off to me (I couldn't tell if the admin was trying to push a product on me, or was offering a free mousepad, because said admin spoke in broken English). I kindly replied that I wasn't interested in a new pad because I'd already spent $20 on a SteelSeries 4HD Gaming Surface (read: a really fancy pad), and that should have sufficed. The admin replied that what I "needed" was a brightly colored pad, on which the mouse's sensors would pick up movement easier. At this point I opened a new topic pointing out that on Amazon's page for the product, it advertises "Dynamic Surface Adaptation -- Tracks on all surfaces, ensures minimal lift-off distance", said that if a "brightly colored" mousepad was a system requirement, it should have been listed.
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