|Item model number||62150|
|Item Weight||11.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||7.9 x 6.8 x 2.3 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||7.9 x 6.8 x 2.3 inches|
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SteelSeries Sensei Laser Gaming Mouse (Grey)
|Price:||$64.39 & FREE Shipping. Details|
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- SteelSeries ExactSens, FreeMove, ExactAim, and ExactLift
- User defined bitmaps for the onmouseLCD
- Ambidextrous shape
- Programmable macro buttons
- Driverless plug-and-play, and Gold-plated USB connector
- Programmable macro buttons
- Ambidextrous shape
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PROS: My biggest complaint about other mice is how they feel in your hand. A mouse should perfectly fill the void of a cupped palm but no more than that. Most high-end mice like the G500 and the razers are all too bulky. I prefer the contours of this mouse over the Xai.
Also, a mouse should be light and slide effortlessly across your computer surface. After wearing a hole in my desk i started using mouse pads. I went from a neoprene mouse pad, to an aluminum and now i have a plastic steel series pad. The stock mice feet work really well, however if you're hard core about if you can also buy 3rd replacement party teflon (PTFE) feet. I just put some of these on my backup Xai.
Additionally, by setting the polling rate to 125hz (a little known peculiarity) this mouse becomes MacOSX compatible.
The cloth cord also maintains a shape/memory so you can position it so that it never obstructs movement. IMO, there is just the right amount of buttons.
I play alot of Dota clones and I kill mice pretty quickly. I destroyed the right mouse button on my 1st Xai in like 8 months but the warrantee covered it. Steel series support is excellent.
CONS: As another review mentioned, this mouse has a cheap scroll wheel which is a legitimate complaint. The wheel has less granularity than my Xai (more rotational intervals). Also, what's up with the glowy light? Trying to irradiate my palm? Some Unze Unze Unze for the night club in my house?
SETTINGS: I disable pretty much all the smoothing and acceleration, use 850/1200 dpi. i prefer things a little on the slow side for top scrollers.
A few days ago the scroll wheel started acting funny. It still works, but for example when scrolling down rapidly the content on screen will jump back up to slightly lower than the original position. It's like that song, except it takes two steps forward and 1.8 steps back. Some very aggressive scroll wheel action will eventually translate to significant movement, but it's unpredictable and hence inaccurate.
And it's definitely a hardware problem, because I've tried it on a couple of other machines and it does the same thing. It doesn't matter what application I'm using either, and another mouse works just fine on the original system.
I originally gave this 5 stars, but for the price I expected the mouse to last more than 2 years. We buy cheap ($10-ish) Logitechs and no-name mice at my office (I paid for the Sensei out of my own pocket), and even those tend to work OK for years at a time.
As with most input devices, a mouse's efficacy is largely dependent upon its planned use case(s). I bought this for my office laptop, so I'll mostly be using it while programming (and writing Amazon reviews, naturally). Side uses will include some Photoshop and opportunistic gaming (MMORPG / FPS).
I'm very old fashioned. I've stuck with the MS Intellimouse/Basic Wheel Mouse Optical for easily the past 12 years. Not because it was ever the best mouse, but because it became familiar and comfortable over time. I'm also left-handed, and it's hard to find a good ambidextrous mouse (one with lengthwise symmetry). Finding a good, reasonably priced, left-hand specific mouse is also difficult.Read more ›
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.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I'm not sure how this mouse gets good reviews. As a bit of a hybrid between palm/claw grip - it is way way too darn tiny to be comfortable. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Schmoops
Great for the price point. Was looking for a mid tier mouse for my work and I'm glad I made this purchase. Read morePublished 3 days ago by david quesenberry
Was an alright mouse for me, a highly active PC gamer.
Good shape and design, fit my grip almost perfectly. Read more
This one is totally trash.
First of all, it's not precise enough, it's worse than a mouse cost less than 30 dollars from China. Read more
I never use a wonderful mouse before i use the sensei , I think it's better than rival 300 , my rival 300 csgo only suitable for FPS games , this mouse can play all games . Read morePublished 9 days ago by Amazon Customer