Reviews and Problems with Cooler Master Sentinel Advance II
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Cooler Master CM Storm Sentinel Advance II Mouse Review
17 April 2014
Summary: Simply put, Cooler Master took what was good about the original Sentinel Advance and improved upon it with the CM Storm Sentinel Advance II. Same comfortable fit and form, same LED lighting system and customization options, but twice the amount of memory and a more sensitive laser sensor.
If you own the original, there's probably not enough here to warrant an upgrade.
Pros: Smooth and Curvy:, You're So Sensitive:, I've Been 'Weighting' For You:, Multiple Personalities:, Macros and Scripts:
Cooler Master CM Storm Sentinel Advance II High Performance Gaming Mouse
19 February 2013
Conclusion: When it comes to mice, not one manufacture can make one mouse to fit everyone. Each person is unique in his or her physical attributes as well as his or her likes and dislikes. The uniqueness of each person is one of the reasons that there is a vast selection of mice. A mouse is a very personal item and what fits and works for me may or may not work well for someone else it is completely dependent on the person using it.
Cooler Master CM Storm Sentinel Advance 2 Gaming Mouse
27 August 2012
Excerpt: Cooler Master has released a new mouse which is actually an upgrade to the Sentinel Advance called the Sentinel II. The new model takes the form of the older brethren but does have a more advanced laser sensor. The new Avago maxes 8200 DPI for greater quickness and accuracy.
Conclusion: The CM Storm Sentinel Advance II looks awesome in my opinion. The LEDs on top and under the buttons and the ergonomic styling looks really nice. The fact that you can change the color scheme to something that fits your style, or even your mood, is an added bonus. The box isn't too flashy, but it stands out and touts the features of the mouse. Overall, I'd rate the appearance pretty highly.
Summary: The Sentinel Advance II enhanced what was already an excellent mouse to begin with three years ago. Because it’s a huge peripheral, it’s not suited for players with tiny hands or those who prefer lighter and more agile gaming mice. The Sentinel Advance II compensates for its bulkiness with high sensitivity, but in practice, we doubt someone will exceed 5,000 or 6,000 dpi when playing. The body is comfortable and provides a firm grip.
Summary: Final Thoughts
Overall, my final thoughts on the CMStorm Sentinel Advance 2. I am more of a bigger mouse body type gamer, I like a full hand grip. This mouse provided me a ease to switching from my DeathAdder, I was able to really get used to this mouse almost instantly. The simple features of less is best for me works excellent. The OLED screen makes it unique and my own.
CM Storm Sentinel Advance II Mouse review (w/ Speed RX Padz)
21 May 2012
Excerpt: 7 Flares 7 Flares × The gaming peripheral market is a hotly contested arena, with manufacturers such as Razer, Steelseries and Roccat all vying for sales. In 2009, CM Storm released the Sentinel Advance Laser Gaming Mouse which was formed around a state of the art (at the time) 5,600 resolution dpi sensor. It was in reality a very good product and it deservedly sold well.
Summary: Mit der Sentinel Advance II hat Cooler Master einen rundum gelungenen und damit eindeutig würdigen Nachfolger der Sentinel Advance auf den Markt gebracht. Ausreichend viele programmierbare Tasten, eine tolle Ergonomie und eine erstklassige Technik heben diese Maus von ihrer Konkurrenz ab. Gefallen hat neben dem angenehmen Handling vor allem das schicke Octo-Shade-LED-System, das es erlaubt, Profile mit einer eigenen Beleuchtung zu untermalen.
Summary: CM Storm Sentinel Advance II har mye å skryte av på papiret. Den har i skrivende stund den mest nøyaktige lasersensoren på markedet, og kan gi deg en musesensitivitet på opptil 8200 DPI. Den har knapper nok til det aller meste, støtte for flere profiler og DPI-innstillinger, og hver eneste lille detalj ser ut til å kunne bli konfigurert.