SteelSeries brings a classic home. It's publishing the Sensei Ten on the 10th anniversary of the company's famous Sensei mouse. The fresh mouse has the same ambidextrous structure as its predecessor in 2009 but with a few under-the-hood improvements.

The mouse has a new 18,000CPI "TrueMove Pro" high-precisiondetector co-designed by SteelSeries and PixArt to begin with. In relation to a voting pace of 1ms, SteelSeries argues that through tilts, falls and flicks the sensor can balance itself. A few other firms— most particularly Corsair with its Glaive gaming mouse— used detectors from PixArt.

The Sensei Ten features built-in memory in addition to the fresh sensor, which allows you to save up to five distinct DPI settings to the mouse itself. If you own various PCs, you do not need to mount the software of the company on each laptop if you want to change settings between Overwatch games.

It also has a transparent background that allows you to see its internals. This touch was influenced by classic gaming systems such as the Game Boy Color, according to the business.

Wireless connectivity is one thing the new mouse doesn't feature. SteelSeries says it didn't wireless the Sensei Ten to keep the mouse weight close to the original Sensei's 3.6 oz. The business might have produced a lightweight wireless Sensei, but that would have boosted the peripheral price considerably.

For example, Logitech's G Pro wireless mouse weighs 2.8 oz but expenses $150 for an eye-watering. The Sensei will be accessible for $69 today.