Although this is the freedom of manufacturers, it may confuse new users because there are no other nine versions of the Sensei game mouse on the market.
The Sensei 10 has adopted the TrueMovePro sensor technology of SARI. The company is proud to note that the technology enables accurate tracking on various mouse pads.
Specifically, it significantly increases the number and quality of images that the sensor can capture, meaning that the mouse can achieve a resolution that far exceeds the human limit (unless you throw the mouse 11 meters in a second).
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Compared with standard game sensors, TrueMove Pro can read higher quality images and use more powerful processors to load workloads, because it has a real 18000 CPI.
Another major selling point of Sensei Ten is that it can be tracked precisely when the mouse is tilted - if you need to temporarily raise and reposition the mouse in a tense Watch Pioneer game, you will theoretically introduce unstable jumps or "tracking errors", but Sensei Ten claims to be able to overcome the special situation caused by this instability.
In addition, Sensei 10 uses mechanical keys that can withstand 60 million clicks, supplemented by an ultra-durable "advanced polymer" coating. In order to achieve matte effect, the mouse also polished the metal coating of its predecessor.
In terms of keystroke function, the user can define the mapping of all eight keys on demand: two on the left, two on the right, three primary keys (left / middle / right), and a smaller key below the roller.
Finally, in the era of "light pollution", Sairui also provides software to customize the RGB light efficiency of multiple parts of the mouse, and the onboard memory can accommodate up to five different sets of CPI settings, as well as the user's preferred polling rate and key binding.