Want a high-performance wireless gaming mouse that doesn’t have its battery-life measured in seconds? Well, SteelSeries has released its renowned Sensei into the wild, free to run and frolic in grassy meadows, without the need of being tethered to unsightly cables. Does the result live up to our high expectations? There’s only one way to find out.
Remember that uninspiring beige mouse that required the ball and rollers to be cleaned every so often? What about the first few generations of wireless mice that chewed through batteries so fast it completely offset any practicality that they may have had?
Yessir, things have certainly improved since then, and it doesn’t look like it’s going to change any time soon, thanks to companies like SteelSeries who has recently released the latest iteration of the popular Sensei high-performance gaming mouse, the Sensei Wireless.
In our review today, we’ll see if the peripherals giant has managed to create an updated product that is truly worthy of being called master, so let’s get to it.
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