SteelSeries has announced the launch of two new mice for its Gaming product catalog, the Sensei 310 and the Rival 310 , both equipped with a new new generation optical sensor and with what the company calls “1 to 1 tracking” , which according to They cause the movement of the mouse to be represented accurately on the screen.
Sensei has always been the most characteristic mouse on SteelSeries, and they have not launched a new model for this family for a long time. They have chosen to do so now releasing a new optical sensor of up to 12,000 DPI that have integrated in this Sensei 310 and in the Rival 310, being the main difference between both models that the Sensei is, as always, an ambidextrous mouse with symmetrical design and the Rival With an ergonomic design for right handed.
The SteelSeries Sensei 310
Sensei 310 has been described by the company as “the renaissance of the eSports legend”, although personally I would have removed the final tag since the Sensei were in the market long before the eSports boom. The Sensei 310 features a sensor titled TrueMove 3 with 12,000 DPI resolution, eight programmable buttons with OMRON switches that withstand 50 million pulsations, a weight of only 92.1 grams and the usual RGB illumination.
The SteelSeries Rival 310
For its part, the Rival 310 has the previously mentioned ergonomic design for right-handed, and incorporates the same sensor 12,000 DPI optical Sensei 310. However, the two main buttons have the technology “split trigger” (they do not say in what Consists, but go, I think it is that they have a more pleasant tactile feeling when it comes to pressing them in shooting games) and with the aforementioned 1 to 1 tracking. It has six programmable buttons with OMRON switches, weighs 88.3 grams and has RGB lighting.
The new Sensei 310 and Rival 310 are already available but only through the online store of the brand, at a price of 69.99 euros in both cases.