Sensei 310 signals the rebirth of an esports legend. Featuring the new custom TrueMove3 12,000 CPI, 350 IPS optical sensor and exclusive split trigger buttons, you'll have the power of ultra low latency, rapid response tracking and the performance of lightning quick clicks. Based on the legendary SteelSeries Sensei mouse, the extreme comfort of Sensei ensures balance and speed with all grip styles. Plus, Prism RGB illumination with lighting sync, eight programmable buttons, on board memory, and a light and durable construction combine to deliver the perfect esports mouse.
Honestly, so far, the best ambidextrous/left-handed mouse I've used in years.
I read the reviews on the click issue where it gets stuck (does double click sometimes) but I gave it a chance since most mouses will eventually will get that issue either way. I replaced my razor mouse which I had for 4+ years , great mouse but then I got the double click mouse of death. This Sensei 310 I had the double click issue within the FIRST WEEK, it didn't even last me a month. If you're a gamer then you are extra sensitive on feeling if your mouse is acting differently, this mouse started off small on the changes. Eventually I was certain it was doing the same issue I had before. It was a shame since this mouse was a cool design and hoped the quality was good based on the company's reputation.
I tried the Sensei 310 due to the fact I got used to using the ambidextrous buttons on both sides of the mouse ever since the Xai model. After a week of medium usage, I was plagued with the issue others stated in reviews of the intermittent double clicks. It was completely fine the first 5 days or so, then lightly set in until it became completely unusable because you can't do a right-click hold without it spazzing out and clicking 5-10 times in a 3 second press. I ordered a replacement through Amazon, and the next mouse felt great, no issues for about 6 days. Then the same exact issue on the right click button was back on the brand new replacement device. Two devices down and I'm hesitant to try a third.
The profile and overall shape of the mouse are ideal for me. The activation force and tactile feedback of all the buttons are excellent as well. Unfortunately, the scroll wheel has an intermittent problem that develops when gaming in which it becomes hypersensitive to the touch of my hand. When this happens just a slight pressure on the wheel causes it to activate (e.g., switch weapons) even though the wheel hasn't moved another notch. Consequently, to be conservative while gaming, I have to make sure not to assign any function to the scroll wheel. Since this problem is intermittent, I suspect that using the middle mouse button repeatedly puts the wheel out of position (perhaps) and results in this behavior. It's too bad, because except for this problem, it would be my favorite mouse to use.
Die ersten zwei Wochen war ich sehr zufrieden aber ab der dritten Woche fing die linke Maustaste an zu wackeln was mich etwas stutzig machte. Ein paar tage später hat der Klick ein knarzendes Gefühl bekommen und das Wackeln wurde noch etwas schlimmer. Die Maus wurde ungefähr 8 Stunden Pro Woche für Spielen, Internet Surfen und sonstiges genutzt. Wenn die Maus nach 20-25 Stunden Benutzung schon solche Mängel aufweißt, wie soll das dann in einem halben Jahr aussehen? Ich hoffe einfach das ich ein schlechtes Modell erwischt habe und das es euch nicht so ergeht.
Brilliant Mouse - Sensei 310.
Vengo del primer SteelSeries Sensei que hicieron, y me duró unos 7 años aproximadamente. Ese tenía mejores acabados, una pantalla LED debajo para seleccionar el perfil que quisieras, procesador ARM, el cable estaba protegido con tela para que durara más, y un largo etcétera.
This is my first ambidextrous mouse and the first time I'm using a mouse in my dominant (left) hand. The difference in comfort and finesse of my control is staggering even though I have absolutely no experience using a mouse left-handed, I would highly recommend that any lefties give it a try.
Was soll ich sagen.. Für mich der perfekte Nachfolger für meine "halb" defekte SteelSeries Sensei RAW (Mausrad fing an zu spinnen). Alle anderen Gaming Mäuse kommen für mich nicht in Frage.
Bought from Amazon Warehouse. Arrived as described in good working order. First impressions when I opened the box were that it's quite a large mouse and when you first use it it does seem large (compared to the couple of other mice i use at work etc). After a few days of use, the size is, in-fact, good for my hand size and i'm finding it comfortable to use. The lead is plenty long enough.
These mice are so delicate. After a short period of time the buttons on the mouse have started to malfunction and activate when your finger barely hovers over it. SteelSeries support are abysmal and choose to close tickets without giving information why. Absolute bollocks company, stay well clear. Bought 2 of the same mouse in the last 6 months and both suffered the same issues.
I'm coming from razer mamba wireless mice 16000 DPI model 2012 and 2015. They were very uncomfortable because they had bad design. I hope razer to change their mice design to lower profile on the fingertips height.
As a lefty, I have always struggled with mice and therefore did not buy this on impulse. I spent quite some time reading and watching reviews for left-handed mice for day to day use before a bought this. I am happy to report that I am getting along very well it. The shape, button layout, and ability to customise make it really great to use and the setup software just takes all this to the next level.
Apparemment c'est un fait connu, au bout de 2 mois, la souris se met à faire des doubles clics lors d'un simple clic.
Previously used a Rival 300 and was happy with how long it lasted compared to a Logitech mouse I used.
I upgraded from a travel mouse to the Sensei and can say that after two years of constant use, it's a very solid product. It tracks perfectly and the settings software is simple and very customisable. There is a little bit of side to side wobble on the main clicker buttons, but nothing really noticeable in day to day use. The left hand side button, at least as far as my mouse grip is concerned, sits directly under my thumb, which means that I will occasionally click it when scrolling right. This is annoying as it is default mapped as the back button when browsing online. A great mouse, not quite my ideal fit.
I am very happy for purchasing this mouse. I always have trouble buying a proper gaming mouse, since most of them are huge and I have tiny hands. However the comfort factor with this one is incredibly and it's very reliable as well. It does it's job and hasn't let me down so far. The buttons are in the right places, very easy to use.
This mouse is a hell of comfort and precision. I've had a Sensei for over 4 years and it is still working like a charm. I bought this for gaming and planning to take the Sensei to work. I do believe in Steelseries products.
Ive had many mice over the years, and being honest one of the best was the old Microsoft inteli optical with the side buttons. This steelseries mouse has the same feel to it as that old MS mouse but with the benefits of today's tech. the movement response is great and extremely precise. Love this mouse! Well worth the price!