Cooler Master Sentinel III Review

👤by Tony Le Bourne Comments 📅08-01-16
Introduction

Product on Review: Cooler Master Sentinel III
Manufacturer & Sponsor: Cooler Master
Street Price: US: $59.99, UK: 39.99

We first had a look at the CM Storm Sentinel way back in 2009, which impressed is with its forward thinking, performance and feature set. The Sentinel III is the latest incarnation where we see the ergonomic palm grip shape return with its adjustable weight system, LED headlights and customisable OLED display with various improvements.

Say goodbye to the rubberised grips and say hello to a sleek looking, hard wearing matte UV coating which gives a slight glamourous sparkle to the aesthetics. The Sentinel III adopts the use of the Avago 3988 optical sensor capable of 6400 DPI and 50g of mouse acceleration. You will now find a 32bit ARM processor with 512KB on-board memory for saving profiles for on the go use. There have also been a number of improvements within the software to allow a new TX mode, (acts similar to ROCCAT's Easy Shift [+]) which enables further expansion and use of the 8 programmable buttons.



Overview by Cooler Master
As you advance in your game, you need a mouse that can keep up. The Sentinel III introduces a host of improvements, building upon the ergonomic, palm grip design that fans have come to love. Spearheaded by full spectrum 16.8 million color LED illumination for customization, greatly improved intuitive software, and matte coating with acrylic top panel, the Sentinel III is the perfect choice for palm grip gamers looking for a comfortable mouse with the most advanced features.


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