Summary: This mouse lasted a very long time. It finally gave out after about 2 years, which was fine because I was looking into other mice when it did. It started disconnecting from my computer on occasion. I liked that you could change the color of the LEDs and the picture on the little screen.
Conclusion: For its $60 price tag, Cooler Master’s Sentinel Advance II is an attractive gaming mouse. It’s not perfect (especially when moving over from my SteelSeries Sensei, which has proven to be my favorite mouse to date), but it sure does pack a punch without breaking the bank.
Summary: Got this mouse for almost two years now. It was the best mouse ever, from the looks, to the performance. Recently the mouse wheel stopped working all the time... now it only works like 30% of the time. It sucks badly. I remember I read about this before buying but I didn't care...
Summary: Best gaming mouse I have ever seen, suited for my needs. Profile/DPI switching on the fly is great. You can make multiple profiles with different sensitivity, and switch between them with a click of a button.
Summary: Lots of programmable buttons. Able to change the colors. Can even save different button/settings into multiple profiles. So far I've made profiles for web browsing, video editing and photo editing. Comfortable grip makes it nice for everyday use. Amazon was the cheapest place I found this product.
Summary: The mouse felt great, buttons were well placed and responsive. One thing ruined this mouse for me: the 2mm lift-off laser deactivation. I sometimes pick my mouse up off the desk to reposition it, and after shutting the dual lasers off, re-activation was not instantaneous.
Summary: This mouse responds to every movement accurately and quickly. It comes with spare glides for the hardcore gamer who runs them down quickly. Lights and OLED screen add some fun features to the mouse. The software suite is reliable and well put together.