The MLG stand for Major League Gaming. I don’t know if the professional gamers have a league of their own, but if they did, this is quite cool and would be the standard. I definitely have to say that it would require a major league gamer to figure out how to work it. Don’t get me wrong, it is cool, but a lot of cool things are complicated.
First of all, let’s talk about how it is billed: the most customizable mouse. I figure that this has got to be true because there are menus on the bottom of the mouse. Seriously, there are menus that can be read on the bottom. I have never seen anything like it, and I love it.
Then there are stats of 8,200 CPI with a potential of 16,400 DCPI sensitivity. Yeah, I don’t really know what that means either, but hey, I never miss an opportunity to give a stat when I am reporting on something cool. Like the Apex that I reported on in part 1 of this SteelSeries series (still sounds bad), this has programmable illumination with 16.8 million color options. This Sensei gives this illumination in three zones.
Okay, let’s talk about the 7 programmable buttons. I set mine up so the two buttons on the side have a scrolling effect, which I like. There is also 5 profiles with built-in memory.
It is quite cool, and you should be able to get it on the SteelSeries site for $99.99.