SteelSeries has been known as the best gaming mouse manufacturer on the market, and now they’ve just brought their products to the next level. SteelSeries has introduced 2 new gaming mice, which are the Sensei 310 and Rival 310, and both of them are equipped with the SteelSeries TrueMove3 optical sensor. Let’s see why the mice are attractive options for esports pros.
According to SteelSeries, they partnered with PixArt to make the new TrueMove3 sensor, and this becomes the first true 1-to-1 sensor on the market. It offers a 12,000 CPI, 350 IPS, so gamers would experience a low latency, rapid-response tracking, and the most natural mouse movement. With the CPI from 100 to 3,500, you will have a true esports performance while from 3,500 to 12,000 CPI, you will appreciate the advanced jitter reduction and reduced response time. The technology is available on just the Rival 310 and Sensei 310 at the moment.
The Sensei 310 features the familiar Sensei design, a 32-bit ARM processor, 8-programmable buttons, pure silicone side grips, and split-trigger button design with mechanical switches. The switches are said to deliver a fast and consistent click feel and they are very durable as well. They have about 50 million click lifespan, so you won’t have to worry about replacing this mouse in a very long time. The mouse is comfortable for both claw and finger-tip grip styles.
The Rival 310 has a lot of features similar to the Sensei 310. However, it doesn’t have a symmetric design as the Sensei. Instead, the Rival has a more ergonomic design made for right-handed gamers. Besides, it features a 32-bit ARM processor, 6 programmable buttons, a resistance-free rubber cable, and silicone sidegrips.
Both of the mice have on-board memory, so all settings will be saved so that you don’t need to reconfigure CPI settings, button remappings, and lighting effects each time you use it. You can also use SteelSeries Engine apps like PrismSync or GameSense lighting to sync lighting effects between your gears and show reactive illumination responses to in-game events.