Open the product box
The Sensei 310 and Rival 310 are housed in paper boxes in white, orange and black. On the front of the box is a photo of the product in real size, allowing us to imagine what the product compared to their size will be like. Similarly, the two sides of the picture is a photo of the product on either side. The back of the basic parameters of the product is written in many different languages.
The inner box of the Sensei 310 and Rival 310 is identical, the black box with the letter Rise Up in the middle. When we open the box we will see the product inside.
In the box containing only the mouse and manual, there are no other accessories included.
Rival 310 is designed to be right-handed, with ergonomically-shaped geometry that fits snugly into the right hand. This design of the Rival 310 is suitable for palm and claw grip users. The two forward / backward buttons on the left of the mouse are designed to be quite large, bouncing quite well.
Meanwhile, the Sensei 310 is designed in a symmetrical two-sided, suitable for both left-handed and right-handed. The design of the Sensei 310 is best suited to claw and fingertip mice. Small-hand owners can also handle this Palm-style mouse without any problems.
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Due to the symmetrical design of the two sides, the Sensei 310 is equipped with two sub-assemblies on the side, but these sub-nodes are smaller than the size of the Rival 310, in order to limit the accident.
Both Sensei 310 and Rival 310 are equipped with two LED lights in the position of the roller and the mouse tail. The two sides of the mouse are two layers of non-slip rubber, giving the feeling of holding the mouse very firmly. The left mouse button is cut off the mouse body, greatly reducing the pressure of the mouse. These cut lines are stylized and extend down to the position of the secondary keys on either side of the mouse.
The wire mouse is 2m long, soft rubber coated but not coated like any other high-end gaming mouse.
In terms of “interior” inside the mouse, the Sensei 310 and Rival 310 are exactly the same, both of which are equipped with a 50 million-year-old Omron switch, along with the ultra-precise TrueMove3 optical sensor. The SteelSeries TrueMove3 sensor, according to some sources, is “leveled” by Pixart’s PMW3366 high-end optical sensor, which is arguably the best optical sensor on the market today.
Both products can be customized with the dedicated SteelSeries Engine software, allowing users to freely adjust parameters like DPI, Polling Rate, as well as assign functions extra buttons. In addition, the software supports other applications such as PrismSync that allows color synchronization with other SteelSeries products, or AudioVisualizer that allows the mouse’s LED to twinkling to the music.
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