SteelSeries Sensei Gaming Mouse Review


SteelSeries Sensei Gaming Mouse Review


I was in two minds whether to include these images because I promise you that the colours contained within the image are about a quarter of the vibrancy in real-life. However they may serve as a small guide to the potential, but they absolutely do not do the uniformity, nor saturation, of the effect justice.

OC3D Blue and Green

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Lilac and Red.

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Yellow and, of course, what would a customisable logo display be if you didn't stick your name on it? Since man invented a way of customising something the first thing everyone has always done is use their own name. From chalk to Dymo tape and now LCD displays. The more things change, the more they stay the same.

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Most Recent Comments

30-09-2011, 11:29:43

omg - that is some serious polling - looks nice tooQuote

30-09-2011, 11:34:31

It looks and performs amazingly . £90 is OK considering the amount of features you get.Quote

30-09-2011, 11:47:26

I was looking at this earlier and wondering if it would be a worthy replacement for my Steelseries Xai, looks like I have my answer Quote

30-09-2011, 13:41:02

Looks like a nice mouse

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

30-09-2011, 13:42:43

I have got the steelseries kinzu mouse that i bought from dabs gadget show even at wembley stadium a few years back, its a awesome mouse. The Sensei would be the ideal replacement for it Quote

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