Steelseries Sensei RAW Gloss Gaming Mouse @ Ebuyer - £24.99 - RRP £50 - Free Next Day Delivery
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Steelseries Sensei RAW Gloss Gaming Mouse @ Ebuyer - £24.99 - RRP £50 - Free Next Day Delivery

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Found 5th Mar 2014
Decent gaming mouse at an excellent price. It is usually around £40. This was the same price on a daily deal last week but this seems more permanent. I use this mouse and can highly recommend it.

Select free 5 day delivery and it will upgrade to free next day delivery.

- Insane 12000 frames per second read speed
- Huge gliding feet cover 16% of the mouse base
- Advanced macros assignable to the 5 side buttons
- Perfect comfort ambidextrous design

SIZE AND WEIGHT
Weight: 90 grams (0.2 lbs)
Height: 38.7 mm (1.5 in)
Width: 68.3 mm (2.7 in)
Length: 125.5 mm (4.9 in)


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- MP18

16 Comments

Hot, great mouse and great sensor.

Shame its not the rubberised version though.
Edited by: "TheKaledan" 5th Mar 2014

Just received, great mouse. Probably not worth the RRP but is a 25 is a good price.

Thanks.

thanks

Been this price for a few days, I've got this mouse and it's brilliant, as previously mentioned it's a shame about the gloss finish.
Edited by: "BrumGB" 18th Mar 2014

I have this mouse - its really nice. It also works well in OSX. As a long term Windows user I find the acceleration curve on OSX to be really hard to adjust to, feels like you're moving the mouse through jelly at slower speeds. But with this mouse and the free SmoothMouse OSX addon things are a lot better.

russ

I have this mouse - its really nice. It also works well in OSX. As a … I have this mouse - its really nice. It also works well in OSX. As a long term Windows user I find the acceleration curve on OSX to be really hard to adjust to, feels like you're moving the mouse through jelly at slower speeds. But with this mouse and the free SmoothMouse OSX addon things are a lot better.




Have they still not fixed that issue? I use a relatively old version of OSX (for compatibility reasons).
The default mouse behaviour is appalling and I use similar software to correct it.

Just curious, does anyone know how the Corsair Raprtor M40 compares ?

Great mouse I own the rubberised version, BUT be prepared to potentially get it RMA'd back.
There seems to be a large number of these that have v dodgy switches on the mice. You end up with them double clicking or not registering at all.

might be fixed with new version but I've had mine replaced twice now, for free at least but took them a good 2-3 months to resolve it, ticket answering with steelseries seemed notoriously slow

does the sensor make noise with this? when you move the mouse or does it make sound through your speakers?

MBeeching

Have they still not fixed that issue? I use a relatively old version of … Have they still not fixed that issue? I use a relatively old version of OSX (for compatibility reasons).The default mouse behaviour is appalling and I use similar software to correct it.



I'm using Mavericks, its a nice upgrade but the mouse movement with any device is still just horrible for people who prefer the Windows acceleration mouse curve. Apple would argue that it doesn't need to be fixed since its just a different set up, but they should allow for better controls over the acceleration curve. It amazes me how little control you get in OSX, but I don't think its really aimed at people who tweak things.

Strangely OSX trackpads are beautiful, the pointer just glides around effortlessly. I think it could be a case that Apple just dont "get" mice. Although SmoothMouse fixes the issue to a large extent, its still not the same unfortunately.

However, this mouse works better than my Logitech G500s, and my Intellimouse.
Edited by: "russ" 18th Mar 2014

Nice find, and if you're also after a keyboard you can bundle this with "Steelseries Apex [RAW] Gaming Keyboard" to save another £5

Best gaming mouse I've ever used.

Uggers

Great mouse I own the rubberised version, BUT be prepared to potentially … Great mouse I own the rubberised version, BUT be prepared to potentially get it RMA'd back.There seems to be a large number of these that have v dodgy switches on the mice. You end up with them double clicking or not registering at all.might be fixed with new version but I've had mine replaced twice now, for free at least but took them a good 2-3 months to resolve it, ticket answering with steelseries seemed notoriously slow



My friend and I both have Steelseries XAI and both have dodgy switch issues..... I see a trend occurring here. Thankfully just pick up the mouse and slam it on the desk. Seems to cure the issue

godsmote

Just curious, does anyone know how the Corsair Raprtor M40 compares ?



Epicly bad!! The mouse destroys your hand!

Im returning my corsair for this steel series, lets hope its half decent, the gigabyte 8 quid thing im using atm is super comfy but doesnt have enough DPI, im still gutted my Razer broke

Got this mouse aswell, and its really bad also Wtf is wrong with mice these days? The side buttons are always pressed due to the layout of this mouse so you have to disable them anyways what a total fail, avoid!

seanmorris100

Got this mouse aswell, and its really bad also Wtf is wrong with mice … Got this mouse aswell, and its really bad also Wtf is wrong with mice these days? The side buttons are always pressed due to the layout of this mouse so you have to disable them anyways what a total fail, avoid!



I had one of these, good mouse BUT... I was always right clicking by accident (pain in ***) and I had to disable the two small buttons on the right side as well, I was always accidentally clicking them.

Got a G500s today, no more accidental clicks, yay!


Good price though op, so heat
Edited by: "udhuk" 17th Apr 2014
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