SteelSeries Sensei 310 Ambidextrous Gaming Mouse Review
Peter Donnell / 11 months ago
SteelSeries Sensei 310
With one of the strongest reputations in PC gaming, SteelSeries has a lot to live up to with their latest gaming mouse. It’s built upon their existing and already extremely popular Sensei series, which was already pretty perfect. However, they’ve fine tuned the design, improved the hardware, and now they think it’s better than ever. Is it though?
The mouse now comes with their exclusive SteelSeries TrueMove3 sensor technology. This promises pixel perfect accuracy that’s sure to appeal to any gamers. It doesn’t matter if you’re playing Minesweeper or competitive DOTAII at LAN, 1:1 accuracy is something any gamer can appreciate. Add to that their new split LMB and RMB control design, improved RGB lighting, and more, and you’ve got a very appealing mouse.
- Get it first on SteelSeries.com
- The world’s first true 1 to 1 esports sensor
- Exclusive split-trigger mouse button design
- Omron 50-million click mechanical switches
- Ambidextrous design with pure silicone side grips
The Sensei comes with an ambidextrous design, making it a tempting option for both left and right handed users. The mouse is also made from fiber-reinforced plastics, making it very strong yet remaining lightweight for nimble control. It’s also equipped with OMRON switches, which are well known to be accurate and responsive.
World’s First True Esports Sensor
SteelSeries TrueMove3 sensor technology features true 1 to 1 tracking for ultra-low latency and pinpoint accuracy.
Exclusive Split-Trigger Buttons
Featuring industry-leading guaranteed 50-million click mechanical switches designed with Omron, our exclusive split-trigger buttons deliver long-lasting durability and a fast and consistent click feel.
The legendary SteelSeries Sensei shape delivers maximum comfort and flexibility for both claw and finger-tip grip styles. First of its kind pure silicone side grips deliver extraordinary comfort and grip.
ARMed for Performance
Powerful 32-bit ARM processor delivers low-latency performance and allows you to save CPI settings, button remappings and lighting effects on-board for software-free use at LAN events and tournaments.