Summary: I was lamenting to my son how I would like a wireless mouse for my desktop computer but that the batteries fail when you least expect it. He brought his Sensei down for me to try. Plugged it in and had it running with standard drivers within a minute. Very smooth glide on mouse pad.
Summary: Solid 4 stars. I want to love it. I started with the corded Sensei Rival, the weight, control and feel makes it an amazing mouse. That's what I was hoping for with this Sensei Wireless. For starters, it's a pretty lightweight mouse. Which in itself isn't a problem.
Summary: Works GREAT for a wireless gaming mouse. Response is great, there is no noticeable lag (at least to me, and I game quite enthusiastically) Only issue is that, the charging pad sometimes does not work. I would have to unplug it, and plug it in again for it to work.
The biggest positive for me is that I really like the mouse design and how it feels in use
Glenn F. Graf, Amazon
21 June 2015
Summary: The biggest positive for me is that I really like the mouse design and how it feels in use. It has no lag that I can detect, and the battery life is really good. Plus I never have to go looking for batteries to replace! The bad?
Summary: Has enough battery life to play games for hours and wireless doesn't lagging. But it's little bit too big for me. I used to use kinzu optical mouse pro edition which is quite small and has wonderful grip. Comparing to kinzu, this is really big. Someone who liked kinzu should think about this.
++ Comfortable, customizable, accurate and frankly, very very cool ++
1 April 2015
Summary: The mouse works well right out of the box. No additional set up is needed. However, “SteelSeried Engine 3” software suite that unlocks mouses’ additional capabilities can be downloaded from Sensei’s website. Pros: Comfortable, customizable, accurate and frankly, very very cool.
Summary: Some might like a really sensitive mouse but it is not for me. I am used to laying my finger on the button but this one I have to hover my finger over the thing and that gets tiring for my achy fingers.
Pros: Nice mouse but touchy. Nice feel to it. Really good cord on it too. Looks good. Moves with ease.
Cons: Really touchy. Just think of clicking and it clicks before you even touch the thing.
Pros: comfortable, customizable, accurate and frankly, very very cool. the charging dock is a must have for a wireless mouse in my opinion
Cons: very expensive for a mouse...tough to justify. Every once in awhile will cause some odd errors, where screen slows, and i get system beeps when i move the mouse. flipping it off and on seems to get it to work. not a deal diller, but disappointed in this happening in a mouse at this price point