CM Storm Sentinel Advance II
Here we can see the Sentinel Advance II without the glare of the plastic. You can see the gun metal grey with black trim used with this version. The main thing that separates the two mice right off the top is the addition of the TX on the back page button. The rest of the mouse looks very similar to the original.
On the left there is a large indent and a bit of a wing to support your thumb while using this mouse. Easy to get to forward and back page buttons are rubberized and the back page will also function as the Tactics button for the programmable buttons feature I will show you later.
The back of the mouse has a very gentle slope to the mat under the palm of your hand and the crest of the egg shape is placed correctly for my grip on this mouse. Even if you prefer a claw grip, the top of the mouse offers a great feel when your palm is much further forward.
On the right there is a curved line for style with the CM Storm painted above it near the back of the mouse. The front is contoured in such a way that your ring and pinky finger are resting snugly as the pinky drags on the mat.
In the front there is the right click and left click buttons on both sides of the USB cable end. Between those you will find the profile button in front of the scroll wheel, with the DPI buttons out of focus near the top.
Speaking of the top, here we have a much better look at it. At the left is a mesh area that is LED backlit surrounding the OLED screen that displays the CM Storm logo and current DPI. Just to the right of the screen in this image are again the up and down DPI selector buttons.
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