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Our first hardware review covering the renowned SteelSeries range of peripherals focuses on the new Sensei Ten gaming mouse - which even though is seemingly focusesed on its place in competitive esports is great for day-to-day use. Outside of the usual "hey, it's got a great optical sensor", which it does, it's matte finish is also silky smooth to the touch.

Which, as suckers for comfort, we factored into our review.
The Sensei Ten features an ambidextrous design in the traditional sense, with side-buttons on both sides and support for palm, claw, and fingertip grips. It’s the approach we’ve seen in several esports-focused peripherals in the past and works well here. But, setting that aside for a moment, let’s get back to its ‘silky’ feel. The soft matte finish is the first thing you notice when taking the Sensei Ten for a spin, and the silkiness of it immediately adds a level of comfort not found in mice that opt for a hard-plastic-shell finish. A weird thing to highlight and go on about sure, but as a diehard fan and supporter of rubberised grips on the side of my own gaming mouse of choice – the comfort and grip of the Sensei Ten is of a sort that made me forget about the notion of rubber grips pretty quick.

Click Here to Read Our Full SteelSeries Sensei Ten Gaming Mouse Review



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