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SteelSeries Sensei RAW
Low lift-off distance.
Great driver suite (albeit memory intensive).
Nice buttons and plenty of them.
Soft, non-sleeved cable.
Light weight (10% less than the original Sensei).
Driver uses 120MB RAM.
Glossy finish is slick and uncomfortable.
By PC Mag on December 05, 2013
The SteelSeries Sensei [RAW] is stripped down and refined, creating a solid gaming mouse, though it's not without its...70
By Craving Tech on September 02, 2013
Compared to the original Sensei, the SteelSeries Sensei [RAW] Frost Blue Edition feels cheap with its glossy surface and non-braided rubber cord. However, it conveys an elegant design with its white color and blue illumination. Not to mention that it is...-
By Kitguru.net on August 07, 2013
Solid performance with a reasonable price tag. However, the glossy finish will not appeal to...75
By eTeknix on July 11, 2013
Steelseries Sensei isn't exactly a new product, it's been around the block a couple of times now and I know its safe to say that it is popular with gamers around the world. So why are we reviewing it you might wonder? Well it's always nice...-
By Good Gear Guide on July 04, 2013
SteelSeries Sensei [RAW] is a simple looking yet highly practical mouse well suited for gaming and non-gaming use. However, gamers that want more bells and whistles in a mouse will likely look...80
By techPowerUp! on June 11, 2013
SteelSeries's critically acclaimed Sensei gaming mouse is back in white! The new [RAW] edition is an attempt to conquer the performance lead in the mid to high-end gaming mouse arena. The [RAW] edition closely resembles the original Sensei in terms...95
By LanOC Reviews on February 19, 2013
We jumped into the review of the Sensei RAW expecting it to be a good mouse. The question is do the cost cutting measures effect its performance? Beyond the lack of the LCD for on the fly adjustments, I actually prefer the Sensei RAW to the original....-
By Vortez on November 03, 2012
Two of the best ever gaming mouse spring to mind are the Microsoft Intillimouse and the Logitech MX518. Both mice were fairly neutral in design, certainly not as sculpted as the equally popular Razer products yet their simplicity allows them to go...-
By Techgage on September 12, 2012
I'll mince no more words and just say things as simply as I can: The Sensei [RAW] is now my favorite mouse. This baby is a keeper. Choosing a favorite mouse is all about personal preference. It's very rare when a mouse won't do what it's...95
By Overclock3D on September 03, 2012
As is always the case when a company releases a version of a premium product that is aimed more at the average consumer, our most abiding question is always; has the company kept enough of the essence to make it a worthy purchase, or have too many...90