So-called player mice treated with most melodious, technical niceties are armed to the teeth to enjoy a thoroughly divided reputation among users. Its proponents enthuse easier for the many functions and individualizing details, the everyday and can play while their critics of excessive talking especially overpriced gadgets and doubt real benefits.
A mouse that has been played if its technical capabilities and configurability of their delicate at the same optional software-independence in the past in the foreground is the "Xai" ( Computer Base Test ) of the Danish gaming experts SteelSeries.
Unfortunately, the flying rodent with the popular, neutral chassis form for some users had to contend with minor bugs, potential buyers can see why sometimes confused. Reason enough for SteelSeries, to eliminate the errors, and combine the best features of the Xai in a new mouse with further detail refinements, the result of this work belongs to the promising name "sensei" (Japanese for "teacher", "Master") and could convince the last doubters.
The cost about not high for the Sensei will put almost exclusively in the mouse, expensive accessories, which tops included, must not expect the buyer. For instance, in the next Retail Kartonnage the mouse itself, only the multi-language quick start guide, a brief SteelSeries product catalog and a sticker with the manufacturer's logo. The software used to operate the mouse while not essential, however, is considerably eases the configuration must have the SteelSeries website are available online.
Sensei SteelSeries Laser Mouse
Symmetrical design of the mouse
Approximate dimensions: 125.5 x 68.3 x 38.7 mm
Weight: 103 grams
Three UPE Teflon feet (16% of base)
Eight (programmable) buttons:
2 x main keys
4 x navigation keys
CPI-1 switch (not programmable)
1 × 2-way center button scroll wheel