SteelSeries Sensei Gaming Mouse Review
Published: 30th September 2011 | Source: SteelSeries | Price: £90 |
The Sensei comes in the now classic SteelSeries packaging of dark grey with orange and white text. Round the back we have the features highlighted, which is what we're here for so let's press on.
It's worth noting that this isn't your regular cardboard box that will collapse once you take the innards out. This is seriously sturdy as one would expect from a top-of-the-range product such as the Sensei. Under the front flap are large orange words that I think we can all identify with. Winning is everything. Other than that there is the normal SteelSeries inclusions of a quick-start, a manual, and some SteelSeries stickers to brand your rig.
The first thing you see when you pop the top of the packaging is the cable, and it gives a strong indication of what you'll find beneath. Soft tightly braided cable with a gold-plated USB. The gold-plating is fairly common, but braiding of this quality certainly isn't.
Enough preamble, time for the Sensei to appear.
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Don't see the reason for a LCD on the bottom of it but the features and the software look pretty nice.
Be nice if they did a cheaper version without the LCD screen.
Having the option to change the LED colours is a bit of a useless thing also but I guess some people buy hardware for what it looks like more than how it functions.
I was looking at the Xai a while ago as I used to use a Intellimouse Explorer 3.0 and the shape seems so much similar.
I ended up getting another Razer Deathadder tho.Quote