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Tuesday, July 14, 2020
Good size and shape. smooth use. visually pleasing.
After a year of use it started double clicking randomly. This is apparently a problem with this series.
I would have bought another one if this one didn't fall apart this way. There are instructions on how to fix it but chances are I will break it during the attempt.
Tuesday, August 27, 2019
Very well shaped for palm grip for my medium to larger sized hand. Distinct button clicks, never hesitant. Nice rubberized mouse-wheel, that feels totally confident (no play in any direction, and no rattles when in use). The force needed to scroll the mouse wheel is just right. Mouse-wheel clicks are on the light side, but not so light that you will click the wheel by accident. Optical tracking is fast and precise, even without the use of a mouse pad. Large Teflon pads for good glide on my desk surface. Overall weight is not light, but also not too heavy. Although shape is slightly asymetrical to accommodate right-hand users best, I do mouse left-handed occasionally, which is quite OK.
I don't care for the changing LED lighting, but I guess I'll learn to ignore that in the next few days.
Not the cheapest mouse out there, but well worth the money: Perfect mouse for me. For sure this is the best mouse that I have owned to date (and those includes a variety of similarly prized Logictec, MicroSoft, Razor and cheaper Victsing mouses). Well done Steelseries.
Saturday, February 3, 2018
--Still the best ambidextrous mouse shape --Buttons are crisp, clean, and the scroll wheel is truly the best I've used --Good for all grip styles --Plastic shell material pleasing and cool, side silicon grips keep your fingers bone dry (and grow on you...eventually) --Side buttons easy to reach and crisp --Sensor is very accurate --Great for all grip style although a bit long for claw users
--The silicon grips: they take a long time to get used to. They don't grip your finger like rubber does but they don't make your finger sweat so they won't slip off. It's honestly a strange material and it won't be for everyone. --New TruMotion 3 sensor very accurate but has a higher lift-off-distance than competing Logitech 3366 mice (G403, GPro, etc.) --Gaps in shell plastic noticeable on occasion --Steelseries Engine 3 can be a resource hog
A reboot of a classic. This mouse is almost perfect: the shape, size, materials, and quality are all there. The sensor is very accurate but has a higher lift-off-distance than the Logitech 3366 sensor mice (GPro, G403, etc.) which can be annoying. The silicon material on the sides takes a long time to get used to though, and the gaps in the shell are noticeable. Still the best (and only) mouse for people who use both sets of side buttons.
Tuesday, December 26, 2017
+ Lightweight + Customization of Colors + In Depth DPI Sensitivity Interface + Good for Large Hands + Good Grip + Few Buttons + Cord is lengthy
- Wire isn't Fiber Coated. Just Plastic - Few Buttons (not great for certain games)
I went from a Logitech G600 to the Sensei 310 (it comes up as Rival 310 in the software interface). This thing is idea if you've big hands, and lightweight in comparison to my old mouse. I was going to go with the Rival 700, but I don't need all the bells and whistles that come with it. This one is basic, barebones, and just right. The mouse wheel is prominent but not overly so, and the buttons themselves are tight. Used for Overwatch, PUBG, and a couple MMO's.