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SteelSeries Sensei 62150 Grey 8 Buttons 1 x Wheel USB Wired Laser 11400 dpi Gaming Mouse

  • 8 Buttons 1 x Wheel
  • USB Wired
  • Laser
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Hand Orientation
Both Hands
Tracking Method
Scrolling Capability
1 x Wheel
Maximum dpi
11400 dpi

OS / System Requirement

Operating System Supported
Windows 2000
Windows XP
Windows Vista
Windows 7
Mac OS X


Programmable macro buttons

Driverless plug-and-play

User defined bitmaps for the on-mouse LCD

SteelSeries ExactSens

SteelSeries FreeMove

Menu system on the mouse

SteelSeries ExactAim

7 programmable buttons

SteelSeries ExactLift

Gold-plated USB connector

16 million colors of illumination

Three zone lighting - Scroll Wheel, CPI Indicator, and Logo

Cord Length (ft): 6.5
Documentation Type: Quick Start Guide
Sample of Documentation: Attached
Frames per Second: 12000
Inches per Second: 150
Lift Distance (in): 0.04
Illumination: Yes
Profiles Available: Yes
Macros Available: Yes
Statistics Available: Yes
Firmware Upgradable: Yes
Switch Life-Cycle (Clicks): 10 million for Left/Right, > 1 million for other switches
Cord Material: Braided

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5 out of 5 eggsSteelSeries Sensei 62150 laser mouse

Pros: The SteelSeries Sensei 62150 laser mouse ended up being the best mouse I have ever used. The build and components appear to be high quality and the hardware is top notch. Even the braided cable is very nice. It even has an ARM processor in it to aid CPI changes, which can be convenient, especially when I am using a 3 monitor setup to choose between rapid and precise movement. Even with the processor, it does not get warm, unlike the equivalent processing power of a Pentium processor from that bygone era. It isn't too light or too heavy. The size is right for my uses. It has 8 intuitive buttons for common tasks (e.g. browsing, etc.).

The software and customizability is where this mouse stands out. It is easy to setup 4 custom profiles (1 is reserved). The CPI 1 and 2 can be adjusted, along with the exact -lift, -accel , -aim, and freemove for the sensor settings. The looks can easily be changed customize the LCD for brightness and contrast, and a custom bitmap 128x32 can be loaded. The 3 LED colors for the wheel, logo, and CPI (2 colors) can be selected for customizability. It is possible to select that a specific profile be loaded when a specific application is active, so it is convenient. The profile can also be selected by holding the CPI button down for a few seconds, then roll to the desired profile. You can even track how many of the specific buttons were pressed over a selected time period. I’m not sure I want to know, but perhaps someone does.

Cons: For systems with low amounts of RAM, the software does consume about 168 Mb RAM. However, if you are buying this mouse, it is unlikely that you skimp on RAM.

Other Thoughts: The primary color is light silver and it appears lighter than some of the Newegg pictures.

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4 out of 5 eggsA Highly Customizable, Quality, Ambidextrous Mouse

Pros: * The big selling point of this mouse for me is the customizable software. You can program any button to do anything you can think of. I’ve been using this mouse’s customizable buttons to play World of Warcraft and combining it with the AutoHotkey macro program to do some pretty amazing stuff in that game. You can assign game profiles so you don’t have to reprogram the buttons between different games, alter the sensitivity (CPI) on the fly, mouse lift height, acceleration, polling rate, and a couple other cursor movement customizations. You can even keep track of your button push statistics.

* There is a small monochrome LED display on the bottom of the mouse that displays a logo, text, or a small bitmap image that you can customize from within the software. You are supposed to use it to see what profile is loaded into the mouse when changing profiles on the fly. I just drew up a picture of a Lamborghini in MS Paint that looks pretty cool and use it for everything.

* The overall feel of construction seemed like good quality. The buttons feel very tight and responsive, the scroll wheel didn’t have any extra slack in it, and there are three big slip pads on the bottom surface to keep the mouse gliding smoothly across any smooth surface. The whole thing is made of plastic but it feels fairly rugged.

* The are three other LED displays on top of the mouse that you can customize the color of to make it look cool.

* A nice braided cable. I love braided cables. They have never proved a real world benefit to me but they look and feel nice.

* There was no software media in the box, just a simple link in the manual for where you can download the drivers and software, which Steelseries calls their “Steelseries Engine”. I consider this a pro because you are assured to get the latest revision of software, and you don’t have a CD to store away or throw into the trash. During the software installation, it automatically upgraded the mouse firmware successfully, which the manual states it will attempt to do.

Cons: * I am right handed, and the first thing I noticed when I started using this mouse was that I very often, accidently pressed the thumb buttons on the right side of the mouse with my ring and pinky fingers. This then activated whatever function was assigned to these buttons and usually messed things up on the screen. Being an ambidextrous mouse, this may be hard for you to avoid doing depending on how you hold the mouse and whether or not you have a fidgety hand like me. I ended up having to disable these two buttons, and because of this, the entire ambidextrous feature of this mouse became nullified. I can only imagine the same thing could happen to lefties as well, but on the opposite side. This therefore is a CON for me. It may work great for you, but if you are a lefty, please consider this possibility against simply getting a left handed mouse.

* Price is too high. This is just a MS Intellimouse Explorer with more lights, 3 more buttons, and better software customization for twice the price. Or you can look at is like a Logitech G500s with less buttons, a simpler look, and similar customization for twice the price. But it does have more LED lights on it than either the MS or Logitech mice #LEDsigh.

* The box advertises that the mouse has a “grip coating”. Don’t be misled, it’s just smooth plastic everywhere. No texture, no special rubbery grip.

Other Thoughts: Just a warning, when installing the drivers, it popped up a restart window about 20 seconds before the installation was completed. You don’t want to hit yes and restart before it has completed the installation, so be sure it’s finished when you do.

The little manual you get in the box is a multilingual manual of which the English instruction section is barely 4 pages of the 43 pages that it consists of. Regardless, it has pretty much all you need to know. Everything can be found on the SteelSeries website.

This mouse is shaped and sized almost exactly the same as my Microsoft IntelliMouse Explorer 3.0. If you like the feel of that mouse, you will probably like the feel of this one.

There is no adjustable weight tray with this mouse like is found on other high end mice, but for me, that has always been a gimmick anyway. A couple of grams of weight on or off your mouse isn’t going to make you play call of duty any better, no matter how good or sensitive you claim to be. In my opinion, the lighter the better, and this mouse feels about the same weight as the IntelliMouse.

Basically, if you want a customizable gaming mouse that has ambidextrous features, this is a really great mouse and I would recommend it. If you want all that without the need for ambidextrous features, I would hesitate to recommend it, and I myself prefer not to use it mainly due to the right side buttons always getting accidently pushed.

Steelseries makes really good mice and they offer many other mice to choose from that you need to look at before deciding on your purchase. I definitely recommend the brand overall.

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5 out of 5 eggsIt's responsive

Pros: This mouse is good looking and feature packed. It’s comfortable for long periods of use and offers a good feeling even with fairly large hands. Seems base-heavy, which really provides a premium feel. Its top buttons, wheel, and left buttons are easily accessed. Ambidextrous, if that's your thing. The Sensei has highly customizable software that allows access to all of the Sensei’s power. It offers the ability to create up to five separate game profiles. You can assign buttons to macros, change sensor settings, and set the color of the three lighted areas, independently, to any one of 16.8 million colors. Any of the lights can also be disabled if you would prefer. There is a little LCD panel on the bottom which displays a custom grayscale bitmap that is 128x32. And it is fast!

Cons: I’m not sure if I’m just not comfortable with the right side buttons, but they just don’t seem to be easily accessible without having to move my hand to reach them. The settings in the software seem to be lost if you do things not the way they were intended. The LCD panel being on the bottom is sort of gimmicky as most of the time you won't be looking at it while gaming, although you can change the settings from it.

Other Thoughts: The Sensei fits well in my hand and offers lots of power and flexibility, which may extend to a bit of an edge in gaming. The Sensei worked on Windows 7 & 8 (using software from the website) and MacOSX 10.6 (software also from website, required two reboots). I received no response from it on my Ubuntu 12.04 Linux box.

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4 out of 5 eggsLots of options, not liking the feel though

Pros: - Lots of options in the software: profiles, sensitivity, lights, LCD images
- Customizable LCD image (underside) and LED’s
- Smooth glide on any surface I tried it on (old desk, paper, mouse pad) and no noticeable skips or jumps
- The LCD underneath is also a ‘menu’ to customize your mouse or change your profile
- Is this for a Lefty or Righty? This mouse covers both and the buttons and software can be adjusted to suit either.

Cons: - It feels a little slippery to the touch
- The app is really slow to load on Windows 8.1
- Kind of pricey for a mouse given that it isn’t form fitted to your hand

Other Thoughts: Drivers not included: Is that a con? For some yes, but I can’t remember the last time I actually used the cd that came with a product. I always hit the website expecting a newer release to download.

General use and gaming was fine, no issues in BF4 or any other games I tried.

Prior to this I was using another gaming mouse (Razer DeathAdder 3500DPI), so I was very used to using a mouse made for a right hand. I noticed it more than I expected to. I can’t list this as a con since it is a personal preference, but I like the feel of a mouse made for my “hand”. The shape, angle, and the way they are formed is something I’ve grown accustomed to.

So... is it my primary device? No, it is not and that is due to personal reasons noted above. Despite the high DPI on this mouse, the physical items I noted above are keeping me away from this.

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3 out of 5 eggsGeneral gaming mouse

Pros: When I first received the mouse I was a little let down. The box is very basic providing the same six points of interest in multiple languages. The biggest let down was the

"Certified for Windows Vista"

sticker on the bottom. You know the hard core gamers listed on the box use Vista to win all the tournaments... But at least all you Vista gamers out there will not have to worry if this mouse will work for you, its certified!

Seriously though, this mouse is not too bad. It does light up in pretty colors that you can control. You can disable buttons, assign buttons, and control the sensitivity.

I personally enjoyed the "exactaim" feature that allows precise control when moving the mouse slowly. It really did help improve my aim. I also enjoyed the fact it is larger than most mice, since I have large hands. The braided cable feels good in my hands (I'm autistic so tactile feedback is important to me).

Installing was easy. They don't provide any installation media instead opting for you to download directly from the net. Which I appreciate because I always do that anyway. Right away it updated the firmware on the mouse (first mouse I ever had that did that) and I was able to create profiles to my hearts content.

Excellent sensor!

Cons: Its certified for Windows Vista and makes no mention of Windows 8 \ 8.1 . Sorry, but I can't help but wonder why we are still certifying things for Vista.

It feels cheap, lots of flimsy plastic, buttons feel like they would give out after a lot of gaming (isn't it made for gaming?). I would have preferred a little more weight to it and maybe an aluminum shell.

The lights on it are bright and you can not adjust the brightness only disable all colors. The funny thing is they let you adjust the brightness of the LCD display located on the BOTTOM of the mouse.

Speaking of which, WHY IS THERE AN LCD DISPLAY ON THE BOTTOM??? I would have given another egg if it was an e-ink display that would keep my name\logo with power disconnected. At least then I could label it in case someone tries to claim it as theirs. Lets think about this; how often would anyone, in the middle of a game, ask "What profile was I using again?" and look under their mouse?

Other Thoughts: It has an awesome sensor and a lot of options. I just don't get the feeling this was made to last very long and it has so many odd things about it that makes me say

"Nope, I wouldn't get this."

However, some of the problems can be fixed with a software update and a price reduction.

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3 out of 5 eggsLots of cool features, but roaming cursor

Pros: Lots of options for customization.

Braided cloth cable and gold plated USB gives the feeling of being a really nice high quality unit.

There are LED lights located on the scroll wheel, directly above the scroll wheel, and on the back of the mouse. These can be set to a wide selection of colors, which lets me have it my favorite color, purple, or to set it to green to match my PC case or anything else I might want.

The back of the mouse has an almost metallic shine to it, which makes it look nice. As a person who often uses their computer even while eating or intense game play my mouse is not very clean. With plastic mice this just looks terrible, with this metal backing it just adds a more textured look and maintains its shiny impressive appearance.

The form of the mouse makes it comfortably form to your hand and work well for left or right handed use, and the grips of the side make sure it stays in your hand.

Included software is easy to install and easy to use. After installing setting up profiles for each game takes a short time and makes for easy switching between different settings for different games and applications as needed.

The buttons on the sides, and the scroll wheel can be programmed to any function you want either keyboard commands or macros. I use keyboard commands set to the buttons to help better control games and issue commands faster, which comes in very handy.

Though some may not bother with this feature, the LCD at the bottom is a nice feature even if it doesn't really add anything in terms of function or performance. You can create a custom image and set in the mouse which is displayed. On mine, the bottom has the Tri-force from Zelda on each side of the LCD, with a sword in the middle and my initials placed above. Just makes the mouse feel more cool and more specialized for me.

Cons: Minor problems first. The mouse is a little heavy compared to most, and might be an issue for some users, though I personally like the weight of it. The buttons on the side of the mouse are easy to click by mistake but after you adjust to having them you will click them less and less until you don't click them at all anymore, I consider these issues minor and I do not deduct any eggs from the score for this.

The biggest probably I have with this mouse is it often moves around a little on its own making it very painful to use when clicking items close to each other. I often go to try and click on an item only to find I clicked the one beside it. Its a major pain.
I tried to fix this problem by adjusting the settings. I started with Exactaim, Exactacell, and Freemove set to 5%, with lift set to 25% and DPI at 11400, so at first I thought maybe it was being overly sensetive with the high DPI. I tried DPI settings jumping by 1000 or so all the way down to 3000, and the mouse continues to just slightly move around instead of stay exactly where I place it. I tried with exactacell, exactaim, and freemove off one at a time, in different combinations, and then off completely and I still had the problem. I adjusted the lift and various points and it also did not help I cleaned the mouse really well with no help, and so I am forced to believe that the mouse is either defective or inherently flawed in this way.

Other Thoughts: In comparison to the roaming issue with the mouse, my other mouse which is a wireless mouse with only a 1250 DPI does not experience any of these issues, nor does my backup wired mouse which runs at 3000 DPI.

I think this might be an issue of a partially defective product causing the problem to what would otherwise be a perfect mouse for gaming and general use. Most mice may not have this issue, but since this is a review for the product I cannot give the mouse a perfect score when something is not working right with it just because I suspect it is a unique case, as it might happen with a portion of other mice.

Besides the roaming cursor issue, this mouse is really great, and despite its issue I still enjoy using it. If you are considering to buy a high quality mouse for long term use, you could do a lot worse than this one.

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4 out of 5 eggs

Pros: >Laser tracking
>Smooth travel
>medium weight (I actually consider this a 'con' - but I like really heavy mice, and most don't)
>Solid, but soft clicks
>Accurate tracking
>Surprisingly not a finger print magnet

Cons: >Complicated and awkward software
>Default button setup makes no sense (more on this later)
>Kinda small (but I like larger mice - specifically the G9x - and this is only a little smaller than that. More on this later)

Other Thoughts: The Sensei was larger than I thought it would be, going by the pictures, and is reasonable comfortable to use. I have been using it for the past couple of weeks for 10 hour days, doing AutoCAD for work. I know, "not gaming", but the accuracy and control is necessary for the speeds I have to work at in the office. All in all, I can't complain about comfort. I do wish it was a tad bigger. I am coming from a Logitech G9x, which was proceeded by the G9, and a microsoft trackball before that. I like large mice, always have, always will. This is probably the smallest mouse I've used that I have actually liked. That said, it won't replace my G9x just yet. Not much will - not even Logitech's new offerings. I've played with a lot of current gaming mice, and haven't really been all too happy. Too much a trend for "one size fits all", and the Cyborg is too much of a pain to size right. This mouse is obviously ambidextrous, without feeling like both left handed and right handed gamers get an uncomfortable grip.

Hardware wise, I like it and very much recommend it.

Software wise... I have nothing nice to say. the default button setup (right hand) has page up and down on the right side of the mouse (ring and pinky fingers), and the buttons on the left (thumb) are page forward and back. This makes no sense to me - and is uncomfortable to use. I would have done the mirror of this (page up/down for thumb, forward back for ring and pinky). And it wasn't simple to change this. At first the buttons didn't want to reassign in the software, then they didn't want to actually to save and apply (so that it actually worked). I'm still having trouble getting setting to save to it. I got the color to change across computer usage - but not button assignments. On that note: Not all of the colors look like they should. For RGB, a value of 255,0,0 should produce a pure, bright red. I get hot pink. It is just the red though, so I may just have a funky unit. I do like that you can have zone control over the light colors though (pretty much every LED is independently controlled).

All in all, if you want to spend $100 on a mouse - gaming or no - the Sensei should be on your short list.

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4 out of 5 eggsHigh end gaming mouse, but at a price

Pros: 1. Ambidextrous (good for you left handed people).

2. Can be used right out-of-the box, with the default settings. Or use the Bottom LCD display to select one of up to five Profiles you can load into the mouse. Just hold the CPI button down for three seconds and release, then select the desired Profile with the Up/Down mouse buttons.

3. To create Profiles, download the latest SteelSeries Engine software from the Web, which includes:
[a] ExactSens (for CPI), [b] ExactLift (for lift distance), [c] ExactAccel (for acceleration), [d] ExactAim (for deceleration), [e] FreeMove (for path correction/aim), and [f] for Polling Rate.
This software is also used to program the mouse buttons, colors of the LEDs, etc.

4. Eight mouse buttons (Left, Right, Wheel, DPI-toggle, two on the left side, two on the right side). All but the DPI-toggle are programmable.

5. Two nearly infinite adjustable DPI/CPI settings (up to 11,400). A small button on the Top is used to toggle between the two settings (and their color).

6. Three LEDs you can program the color of your choice (and brightness/contrast). [a] the Logo on the face, [b] the Wheel, and [c] the CPI speeds (with a different color for each of the two speeds).
You can also load a BMP file (128x32) into the Bottom LCD display.

7. High end laser sensor, and 32-bit ARM processor. Allows CPI doubling from 5,701 to 11,400, and polling rates up to 1000 Hz (1ms).

Cons: 1. I kept clicking the Top right hand side button, by accident, when sliding the mouse to the left. So I disable both buttons on the Right hand side. By default these two buttons are Up and Down (which you can do with the wheel).
I did like the default Forward and Back programming on the two Left hand side buttons.

2. Not an inexpensive mouse.

3. No DVD or CD (minor). Just download the latest SteelSeries Engine from their Web site. I had zero issues using the software on Windows 8.1 Pro Preview.

4. Does not include a case (e.g. for traveling to LAN parties). Some other gaming mice include a case.

5. No removable weights.

Other Thoughts: I found the multiple color LEDs can be a distraction when using the mouse. You can tune down the Brightness, or load Black as a color, to eliminate any distraction.

I am not a serious gamer, but recommend this product for its program-ability (but it comes at significant cost).

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  • Kasee J.
  • 7/28/2014 5:57:43 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

4 out of 5 eggsGood Mouse

Pros: - ExactAim, ExactAccel, and ExactLift can be great for gaming
- 4 different useable on-board profiles
- Switch on-on-the-mouse profiles
- LED color picker
- Ambidextrous design for all users

Cons: - Corded
- No adjustable weights
- Side buttons could be positioned better

Other Thoughts: The ExactAim, ExactAccel, and ExactLift programs are great for gaming, I absolutely love them. However, for something like image editing, ExactAim may be the only thing you want on, but even that may make the mouse a little too unusual. There are actually five on-board profiles, but one of them is taken up by the SteelSeries program. The profiles themselves are very customizable, and I love that you can edit them right on the mouse. Being able to switch active profiles on the mouse is very useful since you don't have to try and bring up software to change the profiles; it works great for switching to different profiles during loading screens on multiplayer games. It is nice to have such a wide range of colors for the LED lighted areas, but I do wish that there was an option for a pulsing or breathing mode. Now for my gripes. Some people love them, I hate them; corded mice. While this mouse has an amazingly nice cord, I would still prefer the wireless version of the Sensei. One thing I would have liked to see on the mouse is adjustable weights. The mouse is very solid and has a good weight to it, but I would have at least liked the option to make it lighter or heavier. And my last gripe is the placement of the side buttons. Not only do I manage to hit them when I lift the mouse, but I also hit them just trying to move the mouse. Because I haven't remapped them, I cannot count how many times I have accidentally hit the back button or the page up button.

Overall, this is a good, quality mouse. Now, with all mice, useability really depends on the size of your hand and the way you hold your mouse. This mouse is very accepting to most holding styles making it work for just about everyone. If you are looking for a very accurate mouse or one with some awesome gaming features, this may be the mouse for you.

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3 out of 5 eggsBells, whistles, and lasers, oh my!

Pros: Smoother aiming and more predictable pointing is noticeable. The "mouse" functionality is top-notch.

Improved image editing accuracy. On the fastest default profile, I can draw huge circles faster than my computer can render it without jagged edges when you zoom in. I compared this to a basic non-laser optical mouse and found very noticeable difference in jagged lines.

Onboard 128x32 LCD allows quick changes and has intuitive menu navigation. When not using the menu, the LCD bitmap lets you put your own image on it. Neat.

Long 78 inch (6.5 foot) cable with cloth sheath.

Cons: Color LEDs use pulse width modulation and are visually distracting. You can see this by moving the mouse rapidly back and forth. Instead of a blur, you'll see a waveform of lines. Analog dimming would look better but use more power and put off heat. I prefer to turn all the LEDs off except the wheel.

SteelEngine software periodically hangs when changing settings.

Mouse motion stutters for several seconds when it hasn't been used for a long while. I assume the mouse is waking up from some power saving feature.

Side mouse buttons can be easy to accidentally press when lifting the mouse. Volume up/down and Page forward/back are safe options for the side buttons.

ExactAccel, ExactAim, and FreeMove are all on 0 for any default profiles. I couldn't find any use for them since they affect accuracy by design. FreeMove was the only one I might have found benefit from, but probably won't use it.

You can't make every color with the LEDs. Brown and gray aren't accurate for example.

Other Thoughts: The silver cover is plastic, not "steel" or metal. That's probably a good thing, but just in case you thought it was metal, it is not.

With all the settings to choose from, you could spend hours testing them as I did, but in the end you'll probably end up using the default setting with custom LED colors and bitmap. I use the five quick-profile slots for five levels of sensitivity. That's it.

SteelEngine software is somewhat polished and feels complete. The "Tips" section is helpful but could be more detailed and have fewer typos.

The bottom line is this mouse is very accurate. There are lots of bells and whistles packed into an accurate laser mouse. Luckily you can turn them off and have just a great mouse, but you're still paying for the bells and whistles.

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