CES 2014 - SteelSeries has outed its new Sensei gaming mouse, which is now wireless. The new Sensei Wireless mouse continues with its ambidextrous design, with thumb buttons on both sides of the mouse.
We have an 8200DPI laser running the light show underneath the slick-looking new mouse, and SteelSeries' latest switches for the mouse buttons, which should be capable of taking over 30 million clicks. The company claims to have a response time of just 1ms for the wireless side of things on the Sensei, which shouldn't lag out gamers at all.
SteelSeries provides a great-looking base station with the new Sensei gaming mouse, with the company promising around 20 hours of use on a single charge. There's also the option to plug in a USB cable, if you have ran out of charge and still want to use it. We have on-the-fly sensitivity adjustment, on-board profile storage, and pulsing LEDs.
We will have more details and hopefully a hands-on over the coming days.
Last updated: Apr 7, 2020 at 11:41 am CDT
- > NEXT STORY: Zzzz... Withings launches Aura active smart sleep technology
- < PREVIOUS STORY: Netgear unveils its NeoMediacast dongle, a Chromecast-like device