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Sensei Wireless Gaming Mouse (PC DVD)

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  • Cutting edge laser sensor – superior performance
  • Connectivity Technology: Wireless, wired - USB, 2.4 GHz
  • Max. configurable battery life~ 20 hrs continuous play
  • Exact features – Aim, Accel, Lift, Snapping
  • Illumination color, intensity and pulsation effects
  • SteelSeries switches >30 million clicks lifecycle
  • 8 programmable buttons (incl. CPI)
  • Onboard profile stored on mouse
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  • Product Dimensions: 12.9 x 6.9 x 4.1 cm ; 118 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 281 g
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  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
  • Item model number: 62250
  • ASIN: B00FAN4NKK
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 16 Jan. 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 34,138 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

Product Description

The Sensei Wireless is SteelSeries' innovative ambidextrous premium laser mouse designed for the engaged gamer who values trusted Sensei performance and outstanding beauty. Delivering freedom from wires, unparalleled performance, maximum customization and a stand-out-from-the-crowd look, this mouse proves that sometimes beauty is more than skin deep.

Box Contains

Sensei Wireless Laser Gaming Mouse, Base Station, USB Cable, SteelSeries Sticker and Documentation


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By Andrew TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 29 Nov. 2014
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I really tried to love this mouse but in the end gave up after two replacements.

It is well implemented though, I like the design of it and the dock but it can be very flakey.

I had a lot of issues with it pairing to the station and then charging. Just dropping it in the dock so to speak often meant it wouldn't charge till I shuffled and nudged it a little.

The other thing I noticed was that in comparison to an optical mouse the tracking and acceleration is not great. This became really obvious when I swapped over to a Mionix Avior 7000. Night and day different and my accuracy instantly went up with the Mionix.

It's not all bad though. The mouse is nice to use for everyday tasks but in my opinion no way worth anything north of a hundred bucks.
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I am back again with another review, this time for my SteelSeries Sensei Wireless Mouse costing $159.99 RRP of coarse I got it cheaper, so look around discounts are available. Why would I want a new mouse when I already have the Razer Naga Hex? Well, I personally do not like wired mice, as the wire always seems to get in the way, plus it was about time I got a new mouse.

SO WHAT’S IN THE BOX?

The SteelSeries Sensei Wireless Mouse arrived in a small, well designed box; of course everything was well packed inside to protect your new toy. In the box you will get a light weight mouse, a charging dock, USB cable, Manual and the normal SteelSeries Sticker.

THE MOUSE, WHAT'S IT LIKE?

The mouse is mostly made with a rubberized corona treated plastic, which makes the mouse feel very comfortable under the hand and helps to stop your hand from slipping around.

This mouse is great for all users, regardless if you left or right handed, thanks to its classic symmetrical design. It’s very light and comfortable to use, I had no issues using the mouse for long periods of time, however, it’s not as comfortable as using a mouse that has been designed to suit either a left handed or right handed person.

The mouse has a total of 4 buttons on the sides, two on the left and two on the right, the buttons on the left hand side are very easy to press with the thumb. Finding a way to press the other buttons on the right hand side became a little bit of an issue, the little finger was no good and using the wedding ring finger was just as frustrating, so in the end I just ignored them.
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I really like how the mouse looks and feels, but I'm really confused about one thing here.

It's turning off after 20 minutes of being "idle" (for example, when you're watching a movie). I haven't found a way of making it never turn off. It doesn't turn on when your computer turns on, for some reason. Every time I reboot or it goes idle, I have to lift the "docking station" and press the connect button, so that turns on. Then I have to turn the mouse off, then on (using the switch on the back). Then I have to keep the "connect" button on the mouse pressed for some seconds. The mouse then lights up and starts.

This thing is somewhat annoying, especially if you had a wired mouse before, which you never had to "turn on". I can't figure out how to keep the mouse "on" or make it turn "on" (along with the station) when the computer starts. I really have no idea.

Another thing is the software update. It has updated the "docking station" firmware, then it asked me to connect the mouse. I did, but nothing happened, the updater quit with an error. Now I believe the docking station firmware has been updated, but the mouse didn't (possibly why I'm getting all these on/off problems, but I'm not sure).

I tried checking for updates again, but it won't show anything, since the docking station is connected. I tried to connect the cable to the mouse and although it fits, the mouse won't "start" with the cable inserted there (properly).

I really like how the mouse looks and how it feels, but I'm tempted to sell it and get a regular one, unless I can find some sort of solution to get it to act as a...mouse.
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you have to download drivers and before you can use anything so I went to the address given on the manual which didn't exist so I had to trawl through the website to find the download I was looking for. After installation I was told I needed a critical update so I selected that, which then hung. I was asked to disonnect the device (but not told how - on/off switch, unplug the cable from the computer, from the mouse) and had to go through some sort of procedure of unplugging the mouse, plugging into the base station, plugging back into the mouse, turning it off, on, pressing and holding the connect button for 3 seconds on the base station then the mouse. That didn't work either so I repeated the process and fortunately that did work, so I know I did it right in the 1st place
Once up and running you have to use the supplied software to create macro's, that is if it will appear, sometimes the app is started the icon appears on the task bar but the app itself does not appear. When it does make an appearance there's a lot of detail you can drill down into but for simple requirements it's overkill. Sometimes macro's work sometimes they don't, for no apparent reason, you just have to keep trying. Then you have to click save twice (once for the macro and then again for the app itself, which is hidden by default off screen because the app doesn't fit on the screen by default)
You may think your problems are over once you have the mouse up and running and programmed but actually the problems have just begun. Waking the computer from hibernation, sometime the mouse works, sometime it doesn't. Sometimes plugging it into several other USB ports works (I have five of which sometimes I have to use four) sometime it doesn't. Turning the mouse off and on doesn't help at all.
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