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Compare Prices of SteelSeries Sensei MLG

Best price for SteelSeries Sensei MLG in Hong Kong is HK$ 785.00

You can buy the SteelSeries Sensei MLG at the lowest price of HK$ 785.00 from Amazon.
Alternatively, the SteelSeries Sensei MLG is also sold in Indonesia at Amazon with the price of HK$ 785.00 and Malaysia at Lazada with the price of HK$ 96.00 and Philippines at Amazon with the price of HK$ 785.00 and Singapore at Amazon with the price of HK$ 785.00 and Thailand at Lazada with the price of HK$ 910.00 and Vietnam at Lazada with the price of HK$ 654.00.
Pricing details were last updated at 15 June 2018, 22:39.

Price List by Country for SteelSeries Sensei MLG

Country International Price Price in HKD
Hong Kong HKD 785.00 HKD 785.00
Indonesia IDR 1.394.000 HKD 785.00
Malaysia MYR 49.00 HKD 96.00
Philippines PHP 5,348.00 HKD 785.00
Singapore SGD 135.10 HKD 785.00
Thailand THB 3,790 HKD 910.00
Vietnam VND 1.900.000 HKD 654.00

Specs of SteelSeries Sensei MLG

Release Date in Hong Kong
ModelSensei MLG
DateJun 2012
Input device
Device interfaceUSB
Buttons quantity8
Scroll typeWheel
Movement detection technologyLaser
Movement resolution16400 DPI
Recommended usagePC
Programmable mouse buttons
Button functionsDPI switch
Number of scroll wheels1
Scrolling directionsVertical
Form factorAmbidextrous
Colour of productBlack
MaterialPlastic, Polyethylene
Display typeLCD
Surface colorationMonotone

Reviews of SteelSeries Sensei MLG
Reviewed on 2014-05-27
Perfect wireless performanc, Robus, user-friendly softwar, Streamlined desig, Gorgeou, useful dock
Not ergonomi, Only two DPI settings
Finding a gaming-quality wireless mouse is difficult enough, but finding one that's also an excellent mouse in its own right is nearly impossible. The SteelSeries Sensei ($160) provides the best of both worlds. Not only is the Sensei a well-designed mouse...
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Reviewed on 2013-11-22
When someone asks my opinion on a new gaming mouse, I always have to include a SteelSeries Sensei in that short list. Hard core mice enthusiasts will mention that it doesn't have a “flawless” sensor, but most users would never spot the difference. More im...
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Reviewed on 2013-06-14
You know if you need a gaming mouse. You're not pushing virtual paper around on your desktop; you're fragging bots and shooting zombies. For gaming, you need an extra-responsive mouse that has lots of buttons and, ideally, a programmable interface.It was ...
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Reviewed on 2013-05-04
Today we are closely inspecting the ambidextrous Steelseries Sensei, and some of the features include: up to 11,000 dpi, excellent software, and customizable backlighting. Additionally, the Sensei was built and tested around the feedback of professional p...
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Reviewed on 2012-12-17
Great minimal design and functionality
Not the most ergonomic gaming mouse available
I've been lucky enough during my tenure here at Run Around Tech to test some seriously awesome gaming peripherals. I've tested things like the SteelSeries 7G mechanical gaming keyboard and the Logitech G930 gaming headset. In my experience, I've noticed t...
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Reviewed on 2012-08-01
A couple of months back, we reviewed the SteelSeries 7H Fnatic Edition gaming headset and for the most part, we got a good taste of why Fnatic chose the 7H as their officially endorsed product – it was a great headset.This is why today, we'll be reviewing...
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Reviewed on 2012-04-30
Have you ever settled for less than the best, merely because the best wasn't quite as attractive as you like or hoped? This could apply to a countless number of things—anything from your choice in a significant other to something as prosaic as a plate of ...
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Reviewed on 2012-04-28
I don’t know where to really start with this thing. The back of the box reads off so many features that an ordinary man is liable to get mad. “What are all these features?!”, he might say. So, knowing that you are no ordinary man, and could likely be ...
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Reviewed on 2012-02-27
Sensitive, Nice looking, Buttons, Exactaim, Exactsens etc
Stiff sleeving
Todays review will be about a gaming mouse from Steelseries named “Sensei”, this version of the Sensei has been put together with the gaming clan Fnatic so it should have some cool features. We are going to compare it vs the Steelseries Xai and also v...
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Reviewed on 2011-12-21
Very good performance across the board, Near perfect ergonomics, Seven fully programmable buttons, Quality cable, Lights, LCD Display, Neat driver suite (when it works), Compatible with most mats, Low lift-off distance, Ambidextrous
High price, Somewhat buggy driver suite, Not compatible with all mats
SteelSeries just released their newest high-performance offering dubbed Sensei. Sensei features a 5700 DPI capable sensor and has an onboard 32-bit ARM processor which handles transmission to and from the PC and can run an interpolation algorithm which...
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Reviewed on 2011-12-08
The SteelSeries Sensei is a well crafted dual handed Gaming mouse . So powerful that it house a is a 32 bit ARM processor and it is as fast as the original Pentium 75 MHz processor released by Intel in 1994. Seriously, who puts a chip in a gaming mouse. W...
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Reviewed on 2011-11-28
At first I would like to thank SteelSeries for offering the Sensei Pro Grade Laser Mouse for testing and reviewing. About SteelSeries: "From day one, SteelSeries has been focused on making high performance gaming gear used by the most demanding,...
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Reviewed on 2011-11-06
We recently received the SteelSeries Sensei Gaming Mouse, the latest professional grade laser mouse from SteelSeries developed and marketed by some of the best eSports players in the world. The ambidextrous mouse features a 32-bit ARM processor, 3...
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Reviewed on 2011-11-04
As I’ve said before, you typically don’t go wrong with SteelSeries. You might pay a bit more than usual but as the old saying goes you get what you pay for. I’ve been trying to see if that maxim holds up with SteelSeries’ Sensei, their new gaming-optim...
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Reviewed on 2011-11-03
Hyper customizable using the included SteelSeries Engine, Accurate on a multitude of surfaces, Wide 111,700 DPI sensitivity range, Comfortable feel, Powerful 32bit ARM processor integrates many features,
Plastic Top, Expensive
Danish company SteelSeries has designed products to compete against the likes of Razer, Logitech, and Microsoft in the competitive gaming peripherals market. Their newest product the Sensei aims to decimate the competition with its 32-bit ARM processo...
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Reviewed on 2011-11-02
Build Quality, Design (Silver Coating), 5700CPI/ 11400DCPI/ 10.8MP/ 12000fps Pro Grade Laser Sensor, ExactTech Features, Adjustable Lighting, Control Panel, Braided Cable/ Gold Plated USB Connector
Price (For Some), No Weight Adjustment System
During the past 3 years alone we have reviewed over 30 gaming mice, others aimed towards casual users who like to play games once in a while and others aimed at hardcore gamers who want the best in terms of speed and accuracy. SteelSeries reall...
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Reviewed on 2011-11-01
SteelSeries just released a new gaming-grade mouse inspired by the Japanese martial arts called the Sensei (master) that reaches 11,400 dpi of resolution. The Sensei is powered by a 32-bit ARM processor that controls the ExactTech settings for enhanced...
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Reviewed on 2011-10-16
UnknownGaming peripherals tend to talk big, like the boxers of the PC world. Always confident, always talking themselves up, never showing any external sign of weakness or compromise. It’s no surprise, then, to see the Steel Series Sensei proclai...
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Reviewed on 2011-10-03
A term some companies love to overuse is, "A class of its own", but in the case of SteelSeries' Sensei, it'd be appropriate. This isn't an ordinary gaming mouse - not even close. When was the last time you had to study up on features your mouse offere...
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Reviewed on 2011-09-30
Gaming mice have certainly come a long way from the early days.Back when mice were mainly used for pointing and the thought of having a dedicated one for gaming was merely a dream of Thresh, the way that manufacturers differentiated their gaming mice f...
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