Steelseries Sensei 310 Gaming Mouse Review

Steelseries Sensei 310 Gaming Mouse Review

There is a big market for gaming mice, and as such people’s requirements grow. This has grown to a huge list of demands for the best gaming mouse, including everything from weight and handling to programmable buttons. The Sensei 310 features the world’s first true 1 to 1 esports sensor.

This mouse features an abidextrous design with pure silicone side grips. There are 8 programmable buttons on the Sensei 310 and this means it’s really trying to give me the best chance at winning. These allow me to have a better chance at hitting the right button quicker and having full control over what button does what. These buttons can be used in collaboration with the Steelseries software, allowing me to create different profiles for different games.


  • Sensor Name – SteelSeries TrueMove3
  • Sensor Type – Optical
  • CPI – 100-12000, 100 CPI Increments
  • IPS – 350+, on SteelSeries QcK surfaces
  • Acceleration – 50G
  • Polling Rate – 1 ms
  • Hardware Acceleration – None (Zero Hardware Acceleration)

I love the design of this mouse, it feels great in the hand and fits right into my palm. It comes with a 2m cable, non-braided cable. The back logo and mouse wheel light up, this can be changed through the software. The overall mouse is quite weighty, and definitely one of the heavier mice I have used. The right and left side of the 310 are a textured rubber and that allows the mouse to be griped a lot more easily.

I love my DPI and the Sensei 310 supports a range from 100 to 12000 DPI. This is a massive plus for me, as this range allows a huge variety of options for different games, or just working through some stuff for work.

This mouse will set you back £59.99, so not a huge amount. The only disadvantage I could see was that maybe it was a little too heavy for me, but that is me trying really hard to find a negative. This mouse is all about customisation, and is a definite must for any future proofers.



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