Hey all and welcome to a review on the the most sexy and configurable mouse in the world. Yes, it's finally available on the market. Cooler Master have launched their Sentinel Advance mouse, yeah the one with the cute little OLED screen inside. It's funky, it's new, it's slightly refreshing yet in the end still only a mouse... but yeah. I definitely like what CoolerMaster tried to do here, and that is to try and build the best gaming mouse evah!
So Guru3D had the option to receive this mouse a couple of weeks before its launch already and as such we had some time to play around with it and check out all its options.
When you think you have seen all mice and combos, and just when you think "please gawd 3200 DPI is enough..." ah yes, CM takes it up a step. This Sentinel for example has two self-mixing lasers allowing a DPI precision of 5600 DPI. And sure, while I'm cool with 2400 DPI we also have to acknowledge technology always advances - and higher is better. The mouse has been designed ergonomically, though very much for the right handed. It comes with 64KB memory and a little ASIC inside the mouse allowing user based profiles, macro scripts... heck you can even change the color of the LEDs if you want to.
The mouse also comes with a weight system, meaning you get to play around with little 4.5 gram metal weights to balance out your mouse like a fricking Formula 1 car.
But yes, the coolest thing has to be the fact that Cooler Master integrated a little OLED screen inside the mouse... and that certainly is a first. So without further ado, let's fire up this review and check out what Cooler Master has in store for us with the Sentinel Advance mouse.
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