Cologne, Germany -
SteelSeries used the GamesCom trade show, held here this month, to announce the
Sensei, a customizable mouse with an ARM processor.
The gaming mouse's
built-in 32-bit ARM processor is designed to let SteelSeries ExactTech
calculations to be done directly on the eight-button device, as well as allow
for configurations via its LCD screen. Features include an ambidextrous design
with a metal, non-slip grip coating; three areas of illumination with 16.8
million color options; and sensitivity settings from 1 to 5,700 cpi.
According to the
company, the Sensei's ExactTech settings can be calculated directly on the
hardware, providing a mouse that is completely free of any interpolation or
extrapolation, delay, and filtering, and without using up memory or resources
on the user's computer.
The mouse has three
areas of illumination: at the wheel, cpi indicator and at the SteelSeries logo,
in 16.8 million color options, including an off setting.
It also has a
double-braided nylon cord. Suggested retail is $89.99. Availability is
scheduled for September.
Cologne, Germany - SteelSeries used the GamesCom trade show, held here this month, to announce the Sensei, a customizable mouse with an ARM processor.