SteelSeries is a name familiar to us all when it comes to gaming peripherals both past and present. The HVx line of headsets are some of the most well regarded and recommended cans you’ll see on the internet and their line of mice from the Kinzu up to the Rival. In my past SteelSeries review I found that the Rival mouse seemed priced way too high for what it offered so it will be interesting to see how SteelSeries have tackled the value aspect so dearly lacking from the Rival with the Sensei Wireless when it’s coming in north of £100.
– 50 to 8200 Adjustable CPI
– 1 ms Response Rate / 1000 Hz Polling Rate
– 150 Inches Per Second (IPS)
– 30 g Acceleration
– 16 hrs Battery Life, Max 20 hrs
– 8 Programmable Buttons
– 16.8 M Color Illumination w. 4 Zones
– Soft-Touch Coating
– Cable Texture: Braided
– > 30 Million Click Durability
Size and Weight
– Weight: 120 g (0.264 lbs)
– Height: 41 mm (1.61 in)
– Width: 69 mm (2.72 in)
– Length: 129 mm (5.08 in)
– Cable Length: 2 m (6.5 ft)
– Base: 165x100x24 mm, 208 g
What SteelSeries say about the Sensei Wireless:
When we launched the Sensei in 2009, we set out to create the best tournament grade gaming mouse. In our pursuit to continually improve the Sensei, SteelSeries was determined to take this award-winning mouse and make a wireless counterpart without compromising any of our performance features. The technology now exists so our engineers have done exactly that. We are proud to present the Sensei Wireless.
The Sensei Wireless certainly has the makings of a great mouse with 4 proper function buttons and a rather insane 16-20 hours battery life. THe high DPI and loww eight should prove great for both FPS and MOBA gaming, but before getting to the nitty gritty of the Sensei Wireless, let’s get a better look at what your cash provides.