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Cooler Master Storm Sentinel Advanced 2
Plenty of buttons.
New Avago ADNS9800 Laser, 8200 DPI (Adjustable).
128KB Programmable Memory.
Scroll wheel not up to the quality of the rest of the mouse.
Design might not be for all.
Some minor sensor oddities.
Ungodly long name.
Mouse seemed a little on the light side considering it had a set of five weights.
Macro Programming Issues.
OLED Logo hidden Under Hand When In Use.
By LanOC Reviews on February 19, 2013
Had I not spoken with Cooler Master in depth about sensors before, I would have been a lot more skeptical about the Sentinel Advance II when it was introduced. My original experience with the first version was questionable at best after living with it...-
By Modders-Inc on February 19, 2013
Along with the Sentinel Advance II Cooler Master sent me two of the largest mouse pads that I've ever seen. I should not say mouse pad, I should say mouse mat, they measure 17×13”. I had to clear off the surface of my desk to use them....-
By MadShrimps on February 11, 2013
With the Sentinel Advance II, Cooler Master has built a solid product and incorporated a high performance Avago ADNS-9800 Laser Sensor which allows DPI settings between 200 and 8200. Even if the mouse is quite large, the shape is comfortable and we...-
By XtremeComputing on January 29, 2013
Cooler Master have aimed high with the Storm Sentinel Advance II, alas, it falls short, whilst the Sentinel Advance II performs well in an FPS style game if fails in an RPG where maximum number of mapped buttons and the ability to switch through them...-
By eTeknix on September 03, 2012
CM Storm, Cooler Master's relatively new (2008) gaming branch, are known as one of the top gaming brands having brought us quality products from cases to mice. By working with gaming enthusiasts and constantly seeking feedback, they are continuously...-
By APC Magazine on July 31, 2012
We loved the original CM Storm Sentinel Advance, so its excellent news for gamers that Cooler Master has released an updated version. The well-known styling remains as is, but the guts of the new version have had a total makeover.The...80
By HardwareHeaven on July 13, 2012
During play testing we found the Sentinel Advance 2 to be every bit as good as the previous models. In fact with the brand new Avago ADNS-9800 gaming sensor the Sentinel Advance 2 offers a much improved top end DPI over the previous Z3RO-G model. The...90
By Bit-tech.net on July 11, 2012
We run the risk of sounding a little bit too much like our parents here, but it boggles our mind a little that it’s been three years since we saw the original CM Storm Sentinel Advance - where on earth has the time gone? Given the age of the...76
By VR-Zone on July 05, 2012
Packaging The front of the outer packaging features black with red accents, with the 200 to 8200 DPI capability of the new Avago ADNS-9800 sensor emphasised as the main selling point. The back of the box lists the specifications of the mouse. ...90
By Techgage on July 05, 2012
For its $60 price tag, Cooler Master's Sentinel Advance II is an attractive gaming mouse. It's not perfect (especially when moving over from my SteelSeries Sensei, which has proven to be my favorite mouse to date), but it sure does pack a punch...-