SteelSeries Sensei

  • SteelSeries Sensei
88
Based on 33 scores, 68 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    23
  • Good:
    7
  • Average:
    3
  • Bad:
    0

Pros:

  • Very good performance across the board.
  • Near perfect ergonomics.
  • Seven fully programmable buttons.

Cons:

  • Expensive.
  • Somewhat buggy driver suite.

Expert reviews and ratings

By Tom's Guide on

The SteelSeries Sensei doesn't come cheap, but this $160 device is definitely worth the premium. Between its perfect wireless performance, intelligent design, useful software and streamlined charging options, the Sensei is one of the best wireless...

By TechRadar AU on

The SteelSeries Sensei Wireless isn't the most full featured gaming mouse on the market but it has a solid build without any noticable lag even compared to tethered pherpheirals. Gamers that want to fine tune everything about their mouse including the...

By Good Gear Guide on 80

The SteelSeries Sensei is great mouse that will go good work both in games and in regular PC use. Some of its added features may be overlooked during normal PC use, but the overall mouse experience is still top...

By eTeknix on

Steelseries have one of the most loyal followings in the gaming peripheral business, they're one of the names that are synonymous with quality, performance and they're well known to be a popular choice on and off of the eSports scene. So I feel somewhat...

By Fusion Mods on 80

I don’t know where to really start with this thing. The back of the box reads off so many features that an ordinary man is liable to get mad. “What are all these features?!”, he might say. So, knowing that you are no ordinary man, and could likely be...

By pcgameware.co.uk on 100

I feel that I have written rather a lot about the software and not so much about the mouse, this is down to the fact that the SteelSeries MOUSE is so close to perfection, and with a few more tweaks to the software/firmware then that could be close too....

By Trusted Reviews on 90

With the Sensei, SteelSeries has crafted a worthy successor to the excellent Xai. Although some might bemoan the lack of adjustable weights or grips, this mouse is very well balanced and about as comfortable as ambidextrous gaming mice get - and at...

By techPowerUp! on 85

The SteelSeries Sensei mouse is a good albeit expensive mouse. It is definitely one of the best performing solutions out there, and is right up there with the Mionix 5000. Sensor wise the Avago 9500 based mice are still in the lead, despite having...

By APC Magazine on 90

SteelSeries has teamed up with top-end gaming clans Fnatic, SK Gaming, Evil Geniuses and Natus Vincere to design the ultimate high-end gaming mouse. The result: the Sensei.Now, it has the silly underside LCD panel that we can only see being used in...

By Smarthouse on 70

The sensitive laser runs seamlessly on any flat surface, from the glossy to the plain. The mouse glides over surfaces smoothly thanks to the silky Teflon feet that allow the mouse to run perfectly fine with or without a mouse pad. Clicks require just...

By Channel News Australia on 70

The Sensei is a great all-purpose mouse, laden with customisation tools, guised as a gaming mouse and hidden under a rather cheap-looking exterior. It?s not the flashiest in its class, but it does what any great mouse does and handles itself...

By Hardware Canucks on

The gaming mouse niche is easily one of the most fast paced portions of the peripheral marketplace which essentially means every manufacturer is trying to make their products unique. This sometimes leads to great leaps forward but it can also lead to...

By APH Networks on 80

"The trackball, a related pointing device [to the mouse], was invented by Tom Cranston, Fred Longstaff and Kenyon Taylor working on the Royal Canadian Navy's DATAR project in 1952. It used a standard Canadian five-pin bowling ball. It was not...

By booredatwork.com on

The SteelSeries Sensei is a well crafted dual handed Gaming mouse . So powerful that it house a is a 32 bit ARM processor and it is as fast as the original Pentium 75 MHz processor released by Intel in 1994. Seriously, who puts a chip in a gaming mouse....

By MadShrimps on

When buying the SteelSeries Sensei you do not have to worry about product quality, its something that is valid for their other products too. The shape of the mouse is good for most people, by following the exact lines Xai had and the mouse clicks can...

By tbreak.ae on 100

The SteelSeries Sensei Pro Grade Laser mouse comes from a long heritage of high-end, precision mice which are used by professional gamers around the world. Today I’ll be looking at this flagship product which adds a host of new features and...

By Legit Reviews on

If you are looking for a good all-around gaming mouse that has plenty of custom adjustments, you need to check out the SteelSeries Sensei....

By Gaming Nexus on 85

As I’ve said before, you typically don’t go wrong with SteelSeries. You might pay a bit more than usual but as the old saying goes you get what you pay for. I’ve been trying to see if that maxim holds up with SteelSeries’ Sensei, their new...

By Benchmark Reviews on 92

Performance is about being able to accurately track on a multitude of surfaces. I found that during gameplay that I could quickly target enemies on either my wooden desk or my Razer Goliathus Accuracy cloth pad. During long gaming sessions I found...

By Real World Labs on

Since the Sensei arrived Monday morning and we've been using it ever since (25+ hours) this is not what I’d call a very thorough test but nevertheless it's a lot more than what is required from such a device. During this time i used it with...