SteelSeries has announced a new gaming mouse called the “Sensei”. Due out in September for an MSRP of $89.99, the mouse represents the first in a new line of mice with illuminating properties – something SteelSeries has stayed away from for a while (they instead choose to focus on actual performance rather than flashy lights). This new mouse will feature a a 32-bit ARM CPU, allowing for a lot of on-device processing.

“We truly believe in building peripherals that sets the expected standards for competitive gamers. The intent is to make them faster, more accurate and allow them to play longer – essentially, peripherals that gives users the freedom to play how and where they want, and that will help them win,” said Bruce Hawver, SteelSeries CEO. “The Sensei is really the culmination of thousands of hours of research and testing with competitive players that combines a distinctive aesthetic design with the access to superior functionality for all levels of players. Users will have the luxury of choosing a quick configuration directly on the Sensei’s LCD screen or dive into the multiple layers of advanced macros and settings through the new SteelSeries Engine software.”


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