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Indonesia IDR 675,000
Malaysia MYR 325
Philippines PHP 2,240
Singapore SGD 91
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SteelSeries Sensei Raw Mouse Frost Blue Expert Reviews

techicize.com
Reviewed on 2015-12-07
Today we review the SteelSeries Sensei [RAW] Gaming Mouse Review. Some of the features seen in the original Sensei have been stripped out. Does it have a negative impact?.Based off the most award-winning, critically acclaimed gaming mouse in history, the...
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pcgameware.co.uk
Reviewed on 2014-12-10
We have seen the impressive SteelSeries Sensei here at pcGameware before in the guise of the original Sensei and the Sensei Wireless . This time around we opted to take a look at the cheaper end of the Sensei range. Today I will be taking a look at the St...
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nikktech.com
Reviewed on 2014-07-03
Build Quality, Design/Grip, Ambidextrous, 5670CPI/10.8MP/12000FPS Laser Sensor, Braided Cable, Illumination, Price (For Some)No ExactTech Features, Single Color Illumination
So far two great events have occurred inside October, first Chris Roberts (Wing Commander/Freelancer) announced his plans for a new single/multi-player space simulator called Squadron 42/Star Citizen (featuring breathtaking graphics and physics) and secon...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2013-12-05
Simple design still offers customization options. Ambidextrous design. High-quality optical sensor.Glossy finish is slick and uncomfortable
With so many game-accessory manufacturers going above and beyond the bounds of common sense when adding features to gaming mice, it's refreshing at times to see a gaming mouse that was designed with the opposite approach. The SteelSeries Sensei [RAW]%disp...
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reviewstudio.net
Reviewed on 2013-10-18
Intuitive and extensive software, Great ergonomics, Very good tracking, High quality interior build;Switches do not have an immediate feedback;
Frolicking through Mouse Land, I have come across a rather simple peripheral. Simple not as in dumb (though it really isn't as smart as some of its kin), but in design and build. I am, of course, talking about the SteelSeries Sensei, in its [RAW] form.The...
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cravingtech.com
Reviewed on 2013-09-02
SteelSeries Sensei [RAW] Frost Blue Edition review – SteelSeries Sensei is my most favorite mouse from SteelSeries. Saying that, I still love their previous Xai and Ikari that I reviewed years ago, but the Sensei looks very sleek and accurate to use in on...
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kitguru.net
Reviewed on 2013-08-07
Excellent tracking performance, SteelSeries Engine support, Competitively priced, Ambidextrous design,
Today we will be taking a look at the SteelSeries Sensei [RAW] Frost Blue Edition. Like the that we reviewed a short while ago, this is a stripped down version of the original Sensei. As such, it does not feature a built-in processor, on-board memo...
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eteknix.com
Reviewed on 2013-07-11
Great sensor, Low liftoff height, Ambidextrous, Nice design / feel, Robust softwareMinor negative acceleration at high velocities, Feel too lightweight, eTeknix says:
Steelseries Sensei isn't exactly a new product, it's been around the block a couple of times now and I know its safe to say that it is popular with gamers around the world. So why are we reviewing it you might wonder? Well it's always nice to take somethi...
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play3r.net
Reviewed on 2013-07-05
Many companies these days either have a gaming brand, or focus primarily on gaming.  With many different products, with many different designs and colour combinations available, there is always something for everybody in this huge market.  One such compan...
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goodgearguide.com.au
Reviewed on 2013-07-04
Comfortable symmetrical design that is both light and solid, Customisable accuracy on the fly via a dedicated buttonLacks coloured LED and physical custimisations, Side buttons are not that useful and occasionally get in the way
Danish peripheral manufacturer, SteelSeries, has made name for itself by creating PC accessories aimed at the professional gaming circuit. The company's latest concoction is the Sensei [RAW] gaming mouse, which comes in a frost blue edition. From a techni...
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pcworld.co.nz
Reviewed on 2013-07-04
Comfortable symmetrical design that is both light and solid, Customisable accuracy on the fly via a dedicated buttonLacks coloured LED and physical custimisations, Side buttons are not that useful and occasionally get in the way
Danish peripheral manufacturer, SteelSeries, has made name for itself by creating PC accessories aimed at the professional gaming circuit. The company's latest concoction is the Sensei [RAW] gaming mouse, which comes in a frost blue edition. From a techni...
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techpowerup.com
Reviewed on 2013-06-11
Great ergonomics, Low lift-off distance, Ambidextrous, Great driver suite (albeit memory intensive), Nice buttons and plenty of them, Soft, non-sleeved cable, White, Light weight (10% less than the original Sensei)Price, Driver uses 120+ MB RAM
SteelSeries's critically acclaimed Sensei gaming mouse is back in white! The new [RAW] edition is an attempt to conquer the performance lead in the mid to high-end gaming mouse arena. The [RAW] edition closely resembles the original Sensei in terms of ae...
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funkykit.com
Reviewed on 2013-05-13
Great performance, Tracks on glass, Well made, Good costCoating gets dirty, Software uses large amounts of RAM,
Meeting with Steelseries at CES we briefly spoke about their [RAW] series of products. Basically they are cut down versions of their high-end expensive products. Instead of cutting performance, all the performance parts and some of the not so necessary bi...
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criticalhit.net
Reviewed on 2013-04-17
So you want to be a PC gamer, do you? If there's one essential tool that you're going to need then, besides a rock-hard butt to endure hours of playtime, it's a good mouse. But after spending a ton of cash of a decent rig, you've only got enough money to ...
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lanoc.org
Reviewed on 2013-02-19
When SteelSeries introduced the Sensei, we were very excited about their latest flagship mouse. We have consistently had a SteelSeries mouse in use in the LanOC office all the way back to the introduction of the Xia. The Sensei was a nice progression fro...
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vortez.net
Reviewed on 2012-11-03
Sleek, ambidextrous design, Customisable features, Rubberised texture, Macro functionality, Good DPI range (if somewhat limited in choice), Same DNA has the original Sensei, Available in Rubber or Gloss coatingNo colour customisation
£44.99 (at time of review)The Original SteelSeries Sensei is perhaps the best mouse we have had the pleasure of reviewing here at Vortez. The sleek lines, class leading specification and fully customisable lighting and macro made it a deserving platin...
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avforums.com
Reviewed on 2012-09-15
Superbly comfortable ergonomics, Excellent accuracy, Ambidextrous design, SteelSeries engineLoses some features from the Sensei, Lack of buttons for MMO players, Some adjustment necessary to use off-hand side buttons
Whilst there are a million hardware manufacturers catering to the PC gaming crowd's vociferous appetite for hardcore kit and novelties, few companies have managed to garner a reputation for absolute quality like SteelSeries. From mouse mats to keyboards, ...
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techgage.com
Reviewed on 2012-09-12
Sometimes, it's quite wonderful to have everything you think you might need available right at your fingertips. That seemingly was SteelSeries' rationale when it released the mighty Sensei gaming mouse last year (read Rob's review here in case you mis...
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overclock3d.net
Reviewed on 2012-09-03
When the SteelSeries Sensei appeared last year it redefined what we at OC3D expected from a top level gaming mouse. It was so much better than everything else that we struggled to see how any manufacturer could knock it off its perch in the foreseeable...
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yetanotherreviewsite.co.uk
Reviewed on 2012-08-24
Stripped back, but still packs a punchStripped back, but still packs a punch Still the same great comfort and performance. Less expensive than the original Sensei. Less features. Still not “cheap”. Hot on the heals of my SteelSeries KANA review, I have in...
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