SteelSeries Sensei Ten Review 6

SteelSeries Sensei Ten Review

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Introduction



SteelSeries is a Denmark-based peripherals company that was founded in 2001. In 2009, SteelSeries introduced the Xai, which later was renamed "Sensei" in 2011. The Sensei quickly became a classic ambidextrous shape, one many people wanted to see updated with the newest tech. Now—almost ten years after the original Xai—SteelSeries has released the Sensei Ten, an exact replica of the original Sensei shape. The Sensei Ten isn't just a trip down memory lane, however. It comes with SteelSeries' newest flagship sensor, the TrueMove Pro, which offers up to 18,000 CPI, a maximum tracking speed of up to 450 IPS, and several other improvements over SteelSeries' previous top sensor, the TrueMove 3+. Furthermore, the Sensei Ten comes with main button switches rated for 60 million clicks, SteelSeries' "Prism" RGB lighting, and full software customizability.



Specifications

SteelSeries Sensei Ten
Size:126 mm x 68 mm x 39 mm
Size (inches):4.96" x 2.67" x 1.54"
Ambidextrous:Yes
Weight:92 g w/o cable
Number of Buttons:8 (including wheel click)
Main Switches:SteelSeries (60 million)
Wheel Encoder:Mechanical
Sensor:TrueMove Pro
Resolution:50–18,000 CPI
Polling Rate:125/250/500/1000 Hz
Cable:2 m, rubber
Software:Yes
Price:$69.99
Warranty:2 years (EU)/1 year (US/APAC)
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