Reviews and Problems with Cooler Master Sentinel Advance II
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Pretty good, affordable mouse built for a wide range of gaming needs
2 weeks ago
Summary: Though I've heard reports of it having poor build quality, I haven't experienced that myself. It's a good, affordable gaming mouse for people who like tinkering with many customizable settings.
Pros: customization, many color options, excellent dpi range, pretty reliable software
Cons: rear-heavy (with weights), might not last through heavy use, finish wears off quickly
Summary: Got this mouse to replace a Logitech G500 that was starting to wear out and was going to get the same thing again but decided to try out this instead, found it to be an excellent replacement with a few nice features like the display and the software to adjust the profiles is nice too.
Pros: Good price, fits my hand perfectly. nice little display that tells you what dpi setting you are on.
Summary: Installed the software, set up my profile, all was fine. Added a Razer orbweaver and its software and the CM Storm software couldn't find the mouse anymore. Completely uninstalled and reinstalled without luck. Still work as my profile was stored on the mouse but will need to be fixed somehow when I find time. FAQs on their site are invisible unfortunately...sigh, maybe my browser?
Pros: Feels great in your hand, Easy to use, Works very well, 2nd mouse from them as I loved the first so much
Cons: Software conflicts with CM Storm interface, Mouse only works after installing software, windows doesn't recognize it so I had to have two mice connected to set it up.
Summary: I have been using this mouse for a quarter of a year now and I have not had any issues with it. I quite enjoy the weights in the mouse and the ability to remove them. Great price for a mouse and works amazingly.
Pros: -removable weights, -4 programmable DPI options, -Very solid (I've dropped it twice and nothing had happened to it)
Cons: -Sometimes has a small lapse in response time.
Summary: I pretty much summed this up in the pros. I'm not being biased here, nor was I paid to say any of this. It was the best 50$ that has ever gone to a pc product. I've tried many mice from razer over the years, and none have been even close to as perfectly fitted as this beauty. The 8200 DPI sensor took me all of 5 minutes to get used to, and that's coming from a 1000dpi mouse. The software is possibly the most amazing piece of art ever made for a mouse.
Pros: everything. Awesome mouse, laser is super-precise, oled is easy to see from different angles (important for in-game fine tuning) comfortable, buttons feel amazing, weights are a huge plus, lighting effects are outstanding, software is one of the best, scroll wheel is amazing, but best of all is the price.No 60$ mouse on the market can even compete with this beast. Too many pros... Easily the best mouse on the market.
Cons: I have rather large hands, so my pink drags more than i'd like, but it's still the most comfortable gaming mouse I've ever used.
Summary: This is my second Sentinel mouse; I previously owned the first gen Advance mouse. I think dollar for dollar these are one of the best mice on the market. From a technology standpoint they are outstanding, looks are great, and have a solid feel to them. The one area I am disappointed in is the quick wear of the surface finish. That being said you need to spend $30-$50 more to get equivalent tech. If you're looking for a new gaming mouse, this is a great option.