SteelSeries Sensei Ten Review 7

SteelSeries Sensei Ten Review

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Packaging, Weight, Cable and Feet

Packaging


The packaging is very similar to recent SteelSeries mice (like the Rival 310). The mouse sits nicely cushioned in a foam tray along with a quick start guide in the box. The slightly corny phrase on the box ("Bow to the master") was printed on the box (and the PCB) of the original Sensei as well.

Weight


My scale shows around 91 g (+/- 1 g). I had to trick a bit to keep the cable from weighing the mouse down, so the reading may be slightly off (1–2 g). SteelSeries indicates a weight of 92 g w/o the cable, which appears to be accurate based on this result.

Cable


The Sensei Ten comes with a standard black rubber cable. In terms of flexibility, it's slightly inferior to the original Endgame Gear XM1 cable, which is average. Compared to the Rival 310 cable, the one on the Sensei Ten feels like a step back. As the cable does retain its shape quite a bit, using a mouse bungee is recommended. The length is 2 m (measured).

Feet


The Sensei Ten features standard black-dyed PTFE (Teflon) feet. There are three large feet and a fairly big ring around the sensor. The three main feet are shaped exactly like the original Sensei feet, so any third party feet will work on the Sensei Ten. The feet are fairly thick and glide well.
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