SteelSeries releases new videos for their upcoming Sensei gaming mouse
Earlier this morning we had posted news about a new customizable gaming mouse from SteelSeries called the Sensei. The SteelSeries Sensei isn’t just an ordinary mouse, the Sensei is competitive gaming mouse that offers an incredible amount of customization from macros, to movements, to even colors. Here are a few of the features worth highlighting:
- It’s fast. It has a 32 bit ARM processor making it is as fast as the original Pentium 75 MHz processor released by Intel in 1994. That is fast, incredibly fast. And, because we use a 32 bit ARM processor in the mouse, we can double (x2) your mouse sensitivity. This feature is particularly useful for people using multiple monitor and similar environments.
- There are 3 different zones on the Sensei (the wheel, the CPI indicator and the back) that can be programmed individually in 16.8 million different colors; if you don’t like lights you can also turn them OFF.
- A new, non-slip metal coats the ambidextrous mouse along with its 7 ergonomically placed, programmable buttons.
- The built-in driver can be adjusted through an LCD menu on the backside of the mouse. Simply plug in the Sensei and play. For the PC Gamers* who want really advanced customization options, the Sensei is supported by the new SteelSeries Engine software.
And check out two new videos of the SteelSeries Sensei:
SteelSeries Sensei features:
Making of the SteelSeries Sensei:
Check out the official press release for the SteelSeries Sensei