To celebrate the 10th anniversary of one of the most iconic mouses in Esports history, SteelSeries have released the Sensei Ten Gaming Mouse. The Sensei Ten displays the evolution of technology and performance from the original Sensei mouse, without compromising on its legendary design.
The Sensei Ten remains true to its roots; it’s sleek, ambidextrous design remains loyal to the 2009 design, but its raw performance is a clear indication of how the Sensei Ten has evolved. SteelSeries, in calibration with Pixart, have introduced an all-new TrueMove Pro sensor. This impressive piece of tech is able to deliver true 18,000 CPI, 450 IPS, and tilt tracking- a method of eliminating false tracking during angled drops, tilt slams and quick flicks. SteelSeries claims this is the best performing sensor on any surface, period.
“The original Sensei is the most beloved mouse in the history of PC gaming, and we’ve devoted our engineering expertise to bringing that original shape and feel back to gamers,” said Brian Luu, Product Manager of Mice at SteelSeries. “Our team has done a fantastic job staying true to the Sensei design, while upgrading its performance for the demands of modern esports.”
The TrueMove Pro isn’t the only upgrade under the hood, as the Sensei Ten also features five on-board memory settings, 60 million click mechanical switches, two-zone RGB lighting and a high-grade polymer design that ensures years of durability.
The Sensei Ten is avaliable now from SteelSeries store for $69