SteelSeries Sensei Ten - Gaming Mouse - 18, 000 CPI Truemove Pro Optical Sensor - Ambidextrous Design - 8 Programmable Buttons - RGB Lighting
|Movement Detection Technology||Optical|
|Number of Buttons||8|
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- The iconic ambidextrous shape of the Sensei returns
- All-new TrueMove Pro sensor with the best tracking on any surface
- Tilt tracking for advanced stabilization during intense gameplay
- Guaranteed crisp and consistent for 60 million clicks. Polling Rate: 1000Hz 1 ms
- Hyper durable build to withstand the most intense wear and tear
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SteelSeries Sensei Ten
Exclusive TrueMove Pro Sensor
The latest sensor designed by SteelSeries and PixArt is the highest rated SteelSeries sensor, with True 1-to-1 tracking, 18.000 CPI, and 450 inches per second tracking speed.
True 1-to-1 Tracking
Experience incredibly accurate tracking with no stability issues, no tracking errors, and no response time delays. Moving a specific distance on a mousepad results in the same exact distance on screen.
Stabilize mouse tracking during abrupt or angled movements. The mouse will avoid sudden tracking in false directions for accurate and reliable performance during angled drops, tilt slams, and quick flicks.
SteelSeries Sensei Ten
Comfortable Ambidextrous Design
The iconic shape can be used by both left-handed and right-handed players. Never be out of position with a design that allows you to find the perfect grip.
60 Million Click Mechanical Switches
Instead a single spring mechanism, a dual spring mechanism increases durability and performance, ensuring a consistently crisp feel from the first click to the 60 millionth.
Hyper Durable Materials
State-of-the-art engineering allows for a mouse built with high-grade polymer that can withstand intense wear and tear, while maintaining a lightweight 92g form factor to reduce hand fatigue.
|Rival 3||Rival 310||Sensei 310||Sensei Ten||Rival 600||Rival 650|
|Illumination||3 RGB Zones||2 RGB Zones||2 RGB Zones||2 RGB Zones||8 RGB Zones||8 RGB Zones|
|Sensor Type||Optical, TrueMove Core||Optical, TrueMove 3||Optical, TrueMove 3||Optical, TrueMove Pro||Optical, TrueMove 3+||Optical, TrueMove 3+|
|CPI / IPS||100-8,500 CPI / 300 IPS||100-12,000 / 350 IPS||100-12,000 / 350 IPS||50-18,000 / 450 IPS||100-12,000 / 350 IPS||100-12,000 / 350 IPS|
|Ideal Grip Style||Claw/Finger-Tip||Palm/Claw||Claw/Finger-Tip||Claw/Finger-Tip/Palm||Palm/Claw||Palm/Claw|
|SteelSeries Engine Software||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Unique Features||TrueMove1 Core Sensor, True 1 to 1 tracking, 60 million click mechanical switches, 77g||TrueMove3 Sensor, True 1 to 1 tracking, split-trigger buttons, 88.3 g||Ambidextrous, TrueMove3 Sensor, True 1 to 1 tracking, split-trigger buttons, 92.1 g||Ambidextrous, TrueMove Pro Sensor, True 1 to 1 tracking, Tilt tracking, 92 g||TrueMove3+ Dual Optical Sensor, True 1 to 1 tracking, wolds lowest lift off distance, weight tuning||TrueMove3+ Dual Optical Sensor, True 1 to 1 tracking, Quantum wireless , customizable lift-off distance, tunable weight system|
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After more research I came across a forum of very upset SteelSeries customers, who all experienced the same squeaking whilst scrolling DOWN. Bummer. Not buying SteelSeries again ;)
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It's light not heavy , so don't understand the review s saying it is.
Now the two main reasons why personal I would avoid this and go with the 310.
I'm right handed and my 4th finger sits on the buttons on the right hand side, bad design.
The scroll wheel makes a noise when scrolling up sounds cheap and tacky.
The configuration of the lights is a good idea but little use since your hands are covering the lights.
The amount I paid I'm happy to put up with the flaws for now but can not see me keeping it long.
Overall not impressed , nothing to go wow over.
Expected something a bit more from steel, IV used 28 pound mouse that where better.
For the price tag avoid.
I had the MLG Sensei which was the best for me but unfortunately after years of use it died and I've been on the hung for a replacement ever since. Till now.
The shape, weight and the fact it has ambi button both sides makes this the perfect mouse for me. The new surface material they've used is also great. Not super finger print magnet but works well for grip.
Sensor in this again is top notch and tracks perfectly. Also Steelseries engine is great and lightweight another great thing is once the mouse is set up you don't need the software again.
The only knock against it is the wire. My MLG Sensei had a great braided cable on it. Unfortunately this has a bad rubber one.
But I love the mouse so much I bought another and paracorded both!
Having owned a Sensei Limited Edition Frost Blue for some time now for my iMac in the office, I knew it was a the best solution I could bank on. The mouse is a decent size, it isn't laden with contours and it functions well and looks aesthetically pleasing on the desk - particularly with it's blue lights on the rear and scroll wheel.
The Sensei Ten, is basically the same mouse with the exception of the RGB lights on the rear and scroll wheel giving a range of more diverse colours and colour options. The scroll wheel differs too, being much easier to move on the Ten. Lastly, the texture is matte plastic that feels a little like rubber on the Ten. Obviously they are different colours too (White ad gray vs Black).
By default the button below the scroll wheel changes the resolution that the mouse works at. I keep it on the second fastest. I have my RGB lights set to full spectrum at the moment. The Steelseries Engine software allows you to change the colour transition by placing colours and adjusting them on a gradient strip (similar to Photoshop or Illustrator). There's also several options as to how the colours appear i.e blending into one another, or changing with a quick interlude of black (off). Within the software you can also program each button, from basic functions to more complex macros. I have no use for the buttons on the left hand side other than for back and forwards in the browser, which I think is default.
I paid £42.99 for this mouse and it's allegedly usually £69.99 (the price I paid for my Sensei Frost Blue). After paying that for the Frost Blue, I was quite surprised since I don't feel like it's worth that kind of money. I understand that gamers relish in the fact that the settings are store in a chip in the actual mouse itself, as opposed to the software, allowing the mouse to be taken elsewhere retaining it's settings, but I don't feel as if the quality is there. Both mouses are very light and plasticy. The scroll wheel (particularly on the Ten), feels too loose and a bit tacky. The mouses don't really reflect the cost.
Having paid £42.99 for the Ten, I thought this was a bit more realistic, though I'd perhaps expect a little bit less. I appreciate that some people like light mouses, but personally. I prefer them reasonably heavy. Heavy doesn't necessarily mean quality, but it does give a better feel in my opinion. The best quaily mouse I ever owned was a cordless Logitech MX1000 which came complete with a weight pallette and individual button weights which slotted in the bottom. I haven't since came across a mouse of this quality since and I think my expectations are always a little high because of this mouse.
Nonetheless, the Ten functions well, though I'm using it on a 2009 iMac (in comparison to a 2015 iMac on which I use the Frost Blue), so performance lacks because of this. my hand is comfortable as I hold it and I'm not being dictated to as to how I should hold my hand by contours. The mouse is sleek and flows in a basic form - suitable for right and left hand. Clicks are good - not too weak, nor strong and the wire is a good length. Similarly to the Frost Blue, the Ten comes with a rubber wire which I actually prefer over braised, since braided scrapes on the edge of my desk.
I consider this model as a 'no frills' mouse.....with some aesthetics. 'Frills' being obscure shapes like some other gaming mouses. Some look like a complete eyesore, but this mouse is to the point, simple and comfortable.
Feels the same, perfect design, thankfully it's got the matte finish like the Sensei Raw, the weight of it feels much lighter than the original Sensei, much closer to the weight of the Raw, the only negative I find with it immediately is the lack of a braided cable; it's a premium feel mouse; and the prior Senseis have had this, the original did, the Raw did, I see no reason for the new version to have a normal cable.