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SteelSeries ships Sensei RAW gaming mice

updated 01:13 pm EDT, Wed July 18, 2012

Cheaper mouse offering lacks onboard customization, LED menu

Peripheral maker SteelSeries has made its Sensei RAW gaming mice available for purchase. The pair of peripherals is a step down from its premium gaming mice, lacking some of the customization offered by the 32-bit ARM processor inside the Sensei range, but still contains the same core internals as its high-end counterparts. Although still aimed at gamers, the RAW version is for those looking for a more basic offering that is also cheaper than others in the SteelSeries portfolio.

The Sensei RAW uses a laser sensor with a Counts Per Inch range from one to 5,700, adjustable by a button below the scroll wheel. The extra large UPE-material feet give the mouse a smooth glide, while the 6.5-foot anti-tangle cord is coated by black and white braided nylon for protection. It retains the shape of the Sensei mouse, but loses the onboard customization and LED menu, which instead moves to the SteelSeries Engine software suite.

The SteelSeries Sensei RAW is on sale now for $60--$30 less than the Sensei--and comes in both glossy and matt black coatings. [via Engadget]



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