Cooler Master Storm Sentinel Advanced 2

  • Cooler Master Storm Sentinel Advanced 2
85
Based on 18 scores, 43 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    11
  • Good:
    5
  • Average:
    1
  • Bad:
    1

Pros:

  • Comfortable.
  • Plenty of buttons.
  • Display.

Cons:

  • Flimsy buttons.
  • Scroll wheel not up to the quality of the rest of the mouse.

Expert reviews and ratings

By LanOC Reviews on

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

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. Both pa..I mean...

By MadShrimps on

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

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

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 80

We loved the original CM Storm Sentinel Advance, so it€™s 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 Sentinel is...

By HardwareHeaven on 90

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...

By pcgameware.co.uk on 100

It really seems that the CM Storm Sentinel Advance II has it all; it comes nicely packaged, has a fair price (approx £50 at the time of review) and comes with a 2 year warranty. It's got a sleek yet curvaceous ergonomic design that while designed for...

By Bit-tech.net on 76

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...

By VR-Zone on 90

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. ...

By Techgage on

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...

By Neoseeker on

Today Neoseeker will be taking a look at the CM Storm Sentinel Advance II gaming mouse and the CM Storm Speed-RXL gaming mouse pad from Cooler Master. The manufacturer is always looking to take its game one step further, and the Sentinel Advance II aims...

By Rbmods.com on

I have been using this mouse now for about a week and am very happy with the performance. It was easy to install and the software really covers all aspects you would want to play around with. I had no lagg issues or delays while gaming, we gave it a...

By techPowerUp! on 85

The CM Storm Sentinel Advance II is a good mouse. It does have a few quirks regarding the scroll wheel and the sensor, however, it can still compete with the other serious high end gaming mice on the market. Its shape is superb for people with...

By Pro-Clockers on

The Sentinel Advance II from Cooler Master is a great mouse and I am saying this from the heart as I have been using one since the first day the original Sentinel hit the market. The comfort level is ideal for those with longer fingers and large...

By Hardware Secrets on

The Sentinel Advance II enhanced what was already an excellent mouse to begin with three years ago. Because it’s a huge peripheral, it’s not suited for players with tiny hands or those who prefer lighter and more agile gaming mice. The Sentinel...

By TechReaction.net on

The Cooler Master Sentinel Advanced II turned out to be a great mouse to use. The driver software UI was very easy to use and straight forward. After studying it for a few minutes, we figured everything out that we needed, and started making the...

By TweakTown on 95

As I mentioned, the look and feel of the Sentinel Advance Ii is just like the original and it's as if I went right back to the enjoyable hours of gaming I had with that mouse. The upgraded sensor is nice and I actually found myself using the 8200 DPI...

By ThinkComputers on 90

Overall, my final thoughts on the CMStorm Sentinel Advance 2. I am more of a bigger mouse body type gamer, I like a full hand grip. This mouse provided me a ease to switching from my DeathAdder, I was able to really get used to this mouse almost...

By bjorn3d.com on 80

Cooler Master has done a respectable job concerning the performance of the new laser sensor. Being able to step the dpi up or down at 200 dpi increments on-the-fly is a great convenience; however, there did appear to be discrepancies on the feel of...