Summary: We're a very avid gaming household who tend to buy and cycle through a lot of different mice, so we're always on the lookout to try something new. I generally use a standard 5 to 6 button mouse for most games but for MMO's and FPS' I prefer a mouse with more buttons to better customize my play style. When I saw this mouse I thought it would be the perfect item to test out and review.
Stylish and a great high-end gaming mouse for the computer gamers out there.
Dmitry Kristal, Amazon
25 May 2014
Summary: This mouse is a great companion, especially if you own an Alienware. It will blend in perfectly as you can adjust virtually any color-scheme to match your computer. Before you start, make sure to download SteelSeries software on their website as there is no disk included. Controls and reaction time of each click is top-notch and precise. This mouse is also very comfortable to use and click, as it has several side controls. There was no issues with scrolling either.
Summary: I've been using this mouse for awhile and unlike other people who have reviewed this mouse I am going to compare it to the G500, not the G700. The Sensei is a solid mouse but lacks the weight options of the G500. In fact while I used the G500 I added as much weight as I could and was used to how it moved. Switching to the Sensei took a little bit of getting used to but after a couple days it felt good.
Excellent design and performance but can be buggy.
13 May 2014
Summary: The SteelSeries Sensei Wireless features the same excellent design and performance of their normal Sensei - without the wires. You would normally want to avoid a wireless gaming mouse, but thanks to a good lifespan and easy plug-and-play charging there is no reason to worry about losing your charge mid-gameplay. The charging station (if you choose to skip the cord) is sleek and compact.
Summary: Ok first of all when I got this to review I wondered what in the world could make a mouse be worth $160. My current mouse is a Logitech G7 and I have always been happy with it, but the Sensei is on a whole new level, I am just not sure if it's on a level that justifies the price. I am not a gamer anymore, but I do use my PC for a lot of photo editing and work on schematic diagrams and the Sensei is a huge leap forward in these areas.