Overall and FV

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. Losing the adjustable lighting colors didn’t affect me at all and the rubberized finish is an improvement over what the Sensei offered. Ironically though, by cutting out the upgraded controller, some of the lighting, and giving it a rubber finish that have actually brought us back to where it all began with the Xai. With its much lower selling price I expect the Sensei RAW to be very popular, people will finally get a chance to see what I have been ranting and raving about with this simple but amazing mouse design.

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garfi3ld replied the topic: #26210 16 Jul 2012 23:10
SteelSeries introduced a cheaper version of the Sensei

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