For most of us, the humble mouse is but a tool for effective computer navigation, for gamers though, it’s a matter of life and (virtual) death. SteelSeries knows this, and hopes its new Sensei Major League Gaming edition mouse will keep a few more of its faithful out of the MASH. It looks like much of the credentials of the original Sensei have been kept intact, the same 10.8-megapixel sensor, the 150 inches per second movement detection, 32-bit ARM processor, LCD display and so on. What’s new then? For the main part, the CPI, which can now go from one to 8,200, or all the way to 16,400 if you use the double CPI feature. You’ll have to wait until August to get your hand on it, with pre-orders (but no price as yet) set to open at the MLG Championship next week.
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