Arguably the best mouse that Steelseries has ever made, its original Sensei, is set to be rereleased with brand new hardware under its shell. Called the Sensei 10, to celebrate a decade of Steelseries gaming mice. It comes with a brand new sensor, developed between Steelseries and Pixart, known as the TrueMove Pro Optical, and new RGB functions.
Steelseries makes some of the world's best gaming mice, best headsets, and best keyboards, but isn't quite as popular as major brands like Razer or Logitech. Its Rival mice are excellent and the newer Sensei mice, like the 310, are fantastically well loved by the wider gaming community. But the original Sensei was something else. It was a sensation when it was first released and this writer spent many years enjoying it under his palm after reviewing it for another publication.
And now it's coming back.
The Steelseries Sensei Ten will enjoy a new optical TrueMove Pro sensor with a sensitivity of up to 18,000 DPI and a tracking speed of 450 inches per second, according to PCGamer. The sensor will also do a better job of tracking titled mouse movements, and stabilizing erratic ones, making for a more accurate mouse overall.
It comes with eight programmable buttons, two RGB lighting areas, and all the onboard memory you need to store your mousing profiles on the go.
You can buy the Sensei Ten now for $70.