|Type of motion sensor||Laser|
|Device interface||RF Wireless|
|Also for left-handed||yes|
|Programmable mouse buttons||yes|
|Colour of product||Black|
|Charging station included||yes|
|Operating resolution||8200.0 dpi|
|Max polling rate||1000Hz/1ms|
|Buttons type||Pressed buttons|
|Number of buttons||8|
|Number of wheels||1|
|Wireless receiver interface||USB Type-A|
The Sensei Wireless is one of the best wireless gaming mice on the market; it’s also one of the most expensive.
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SteelSeries Sensei was introduced last year and it is among the most expensive gaming mice at the moment. Check out my review of the wireless mouse.
The SteelSeries Sensei Wireless is a high-quality gaming mouse, but the high price makes it hard to ignore some issues.
Want a high-performance wireless gaming mouse that doesn't have its battery-life measured in seconds? Well, SteelSeries has released its renowned Sensei into the wild, free to run and frolic in grassy meadows, without the need of being tethered to unsightly cables. Does the result live up to our...
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Facebook Twitter LinkedIn More How can you make a great product better? Easy. Just make it even better. SteelSeries Sensei was one of the best gaming mouse I’ve ever reviewed here at Craving Tech, so when I heard that it went wireless, I couldn’t hold my excitement. Any peripheral manufacturers can make a wireless mouse. However, […]
Back in 2011, SteelSeries unleashed the original Sensei gaming mouse which at the time was one of the most advanced gaming mice ever produced. Along with the
Using the latest in wireless technology, the Sensei Wireless laser gaming mouse delivers the same high-performance as the original Sensei but offers more flexibility.
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Some questions have obvious answers. For example, what is the difference between a dress and a skirt? Uhh... actually, I am a guy, so I really did not know the difference until someone told me three months ago. As it turned out, my colleague Aaron was no exception; he actually found out just last week. If you have not searched up the difference yet, basically, a dress is full body, whereas a skirt only covers up to the waist. Therefore, to make reword this into a question with an obvious answer those of the male gender will understand, what is the difference between a wired network and a wireless network? If you answered one has wires and one does not, congratulations, this is not a trick question -- my Electrical Engineering professor who taught a third year course in communication systems will have to agree with you (This was actually a real question that appeared on a quiz and the midterm when I took it a few years ago). Judging by the same logic, as we come together today to review the SteelSeries Sensei Wireless, one could say this is just the wireless version of the APH Recommended SteelSeries Sensei reviewed by Devin Chollak in December 2011. I mean, they called it the Sensei Wireless for a reason. Apparently, unlike the obvious-question-has-obvious-answer I proposed earlier, the SteelSeries Sensei Wireless is not just a wireless version of the SteelSeries Sensei, even though it is, indeed, wireless. Instead, it is the wireless version of a modified and upgraded SteelSeries Sensei. Featuring an improved sensor and more durable switches in addition to cutting the cord, is this the mouse to rule them all? You have questions, we got answers.
SteelSeries is a name familiar to us all and today I took a look at the Sensei Wireless gaming mouse.
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