SteelSeries Reveals Sensei (RAW) Gaming Mouse

Over in Hanover, Germany at CeBIT 2012, SteelSeries has revealed their newest gaming mouse, the Sensei (RAW). I fyou’re into high-end gaming peripherals, you might want to take a look at it.

The Sensei (RAW) is very similar to the Sensei, which was released back in September of 2011. However, what the (RAW) offers is, “those core performance basics of a gaming grade mouse, like shape and its hardware, to those who don’t want, need or care to pay for all the extras,” said Kim Rom, SteelSeries CMO.

The Sensei (RAW) will be available in either a glossy black or rubberized finish, and will offer a laundry list of features, including the following:

  • XL-size Teflon® Feet for a smooth, consistent glide
  • 2m / 6.5ft anti-tangle black and white braided, nylon cord
  • Up to 5700 CPI
  • 7 programmable buttons

Most importantly, both versions of the Sensei (RAW) will include the SteelSeries Engine software that allows you to customize nearly every aspect of the mouse, including button functionality, advanced macros, and more.

The Sensei (RAW) will be available at retail and through the SteelSeries Web Shop this June for $59.99. That’s $30 cheaper than the original Sensei. If you’re looking for a solid gaming mouse on a budget, this is definitely one to keep an eye on.

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4 Comments on SteelSeries Reveals Sensei (RAW) Gaming Mouse

user

On March 6, 2012 at 10:39 am

Looks like it will be a pretty good mouse, maybe my next.

Wonder how long these mice last before having double-click disease – longer than crappy Razer?

Cheap Gamer

On March 6, 2012 at 10:53 am

Why on earth would you pay for this stuff?

user

On March 6, 2012 at 1:28 pm

Stands to reason you have no idea what a good mouse does? Come back after you’ve adjusted to one.

Ron Whitaker

On March 6, 2012 at 1:32 pm

I’m a gaming mouse junkie. If you actually think that there’s no difference between a high-end gaming mouse and something you picked up free with your new Dell, you should try one sometime.

A quality mouse is a huge factor in gaming. Find one you like, and you’ll be amazed at the difference it makes.