SteelSeries makes some of the best gaming hardware on the market and they have just announced the new Sensei Ten gaming mouse with a TrueMove Pro sensor. SteelSeries says the original Sensei was one of the most iconic and widely used mice in esports. The Sensei Ten, derived from the Japanese word for “heavenly,” carries on that legacy, retaining its iconic shape, but with all-new upgrades under the hood.
SteelSeries says the ambidextrous shape of this mouse has been widely imitated by others but maintains its version is still the best. The Sensei Ten aims to carry on that same banner but with a brand new esports-ready sensor, the TrueMove Pro.
“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 is the latest optical sensor custom designed by SteelSeries and PixArt. The TrueMove Pro easily outperforms the competition on any surface with True 1-to-1 tracking, 18,000 CPI and a 450 inches-per-second (IPS) tracking speed. The new sensor’s advanced tracking also stabilizes tilted mouse maneuvers, eliminating false tracking during angled drops, tilt slams and quick flicks. The TrueMove Pro combines PixArt’s years of experience designing sensors and SteelSeries’ commitment to providing the best tracking possible, making it the best performing sensor on any surface.
“Like most gamers, I’ve tried a lot of mice over the years. With the Sensei, I found perfection,” said Sébastien “Ceb” Debs of Team OG. Ceb and Team OG made history this year as the first team to win two back-to-back The International championships, with Ceb winning both using the Sensei.
The Sensei Ten’s ergonomic ambidextrous design provides a comfortable, natural feel for both right and left-handed users with any grip style. Its eight-button universal shape allows gamers to quickly change grip styles as needed. The Sensei Ten also features five on-board memory, so gamers can save their settings across devices; 60 million click mechanical switches, for a consistent crisp click for the life of the mouse; two-zone RGB lighting and a high-grade polymer design for years of durability.SteelSeries
The Sensei Ten is available now globally for US$59/€69/$69 on SteelSeries’s website.