Conclusion: Assuming the cost is no object, however, and you want a gaming mouse that isn't subject to cord torque, the Sensei Wireless is one you should check out now. As an FPS and action gamer's mouse, it kicks rakshasa butt
Pros: Ambidextrous design, Huge resolution range, Easy-to-read, deep configuration software
Cons: Expensive, Requires frequent recharges, Usually takes 30 to 60 seconds to reawaken from sleep, Stores just two resolution settings
Summary: SteelSeries mice have impressed us in many ways over the years, and the Sensei Wireless is a great addition to their lineup. Not only is this mouse wireless, lag-less, ambidextrous, comfortable, as well as being easy to use and set up, but in the end, we really had a hard time picking out any issues...
Summary: We like much of what SteelSeries has done with the Sensei, starting with the 32-bit ARM processor. It opens the door to a world of possibilities, and SteelSeries did a good job tapping into some of them.
Pros: Customization and Software:, Super Sensitive:, ARM Processor:, LCD Display:
SteelSeries Call of Duty Black Ops II Mouse Review
1 May 2013
Summary: The CoDBO II is surprisingly agile, but it is not suited for users who prefer heavier mice with weight adjustment systems. The possibility of associating clicks with keystrokes on the same macro makes the peripheral very versatile, especially when combined with a SteelSeries keyboard being managed...
Pros: Nice thematic design, Light ambidextrous body allows for different gripping styles, Elegant and versatile software associates mouse and keyboard when recording macros, Two resolution levels proved to be enough during matches
Summary: The Sensei is designed to give gamers everywhere the advantage. The numbers do not lie, this mouse has the highest polling rate available in a gaming mouse today at 1000 Hz, and its 1 ms response rate means that you can eliminate your target even faster.
Pros: Designed For Gamers:, Customizable Software:, A Better Battery:, The Numbers Matter:
Conclusion: We have tested this mouse for two weeks now in our daily usage that includes working in windows and also some gaming. The testing was ran on three screens so there are big areas for the mouse to cover between the screens.
Summary: The SteelSeries Sensei mouse is a good albeit expensive mouse. It is definitely one of the best performing solutions out there, and is right up there with the Mionix 5000. Sensor wise the Avago 9500 based mice are still in the lead, despite having issues on some mats.
Pros: Very good performance across the board, Near perfect ergonomics, Seven fully programmable buttons, Quality cable, Lights, LCD Display, Neat driver suite (when it works), Compatible with most mats, Low lift-off distance, Ambidextrous
Cons: High price!, Somewhat buggy driver suite, Not compatible with all mats
Conclusion: Performance is about being able to accurately track on a multitude of surfaces. I found that during gameplay I could quickly target enemies on either my wooden desk or my Razer Goliathus Accuracy cloth pad.
Pros: Hyper customizable using the included SteelSeries Engine, Accurate on a multitude of surfaces, Wide 1-11,700 DPI sensitivity range, Comfortable feel, Powerful 32-bit ARM processor integrates many features
Summary: The Sensei is really a top of the line gaming-grade mouse thanks to three factors: the ExactTech, the high level of resolution, and great configuration features. We do think it’s worth noting that the software isn’t user-friendly, and two of the side buttons are virtually unreachable due to the...
Pros: Ultra high resolution of 11,400 dpi, ExactTech system enhances the user’s movements, Elegant design with 16.8 million choices of light colors
Cons: Main left button is a little hard to click, Ambidextrous design turns two side buttons virtually unusable, Not-so-friendly software