SteelSeries makes all sorts of peripherals for gamers and the company has announced the launch of the new gaming mouse. The mouse is called the SteelSeries Sensei [RAW] and looks identical to the existing Sensei gaming mouse. The difference between the original Sensei and the [RAW] version is that the new mouse is missing the 32-bit ARM processor that the original mouse offered.
The [RAW] version is aimed at gamers looking for a cheaper mouse that don't need the added functionality of the original. The new mouse is available right now for $59.99 and can be had with a rubberized, nonslip finish on the top, or a glossy finish. Both versions of the mouse have bright white LED illumination in three zones and a 6.5-foot cord.
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