SteelSeries Sensei Ten; New Sensor For A New Mouse

Source: TechPowerUp SteelSeries Sensei Ten; New Sensor For A New Mouse

Are You Ready For The TrueMove Pro?

SteelSeries haven’t updated their Sensi line in about 10 years, which is what makes the Sensei Ten interesting. It’s body hearkens back to the classic design but inside is a new sensor based off of the PixArt PMW3389 which can handle between 50 to 18,000 CPI and TechPowerUp tests it’s accuracy thoroughly.  Those who prefer a more massive mouse will like this version as it weight 92g, up significantly from the original but sadly not adjustable. 

Check out the full review for software and lighting controls on this ~$70 mouse right here if you are interested.

About ten years after the release of the Sensei (Xai), SteelSeries brings one of their most beloved shapes back with the Sensei Ten. It may look like the original Sensei from the outside, but has the most recent tech under the hood: SteelSeries' newest flagship sensor, the TrueMove Pro, and main button switches rated for 60 million clicks.

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1 Comment

  1. M

    Claw gripper coming off a few of the newer ultralight mice: love this mouse. The build quality is superb.


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