Cooler Master Sentinel Advance II Gaming Mouse Review

MSRP $59.99 USD for the mouse.Featuring the most advanced laser sensor, the Avago
9800, Sentinel Advance II is capable of over 8000DPI.
This opens the door for much higher sensitivity and
accuracy levels than was possible before and even
extends its benefits to lower DPI settings. This is
coupled with an ultra low lift off distance (LOD) to
provide gamers with the ability to perform actions in a
Sensor improvements also improve the accuracy of tracking on multiple surface types and textures to provide maximum compatibility.

Latest Avago ADNS-9800 Laser sensor

• 200 -- 8200 DPI tracking resolution
• 128KB Sentinel-X Memory for profiles and macros
• On-the-fly DPI adjustments (+/- 200 DPI)
• As little as 1.5mm lift-off distance
• Up to 150 IPS -- 3.8 m/s
• 125Hz -- 1000Hz USB rate fine-tuning
• 5 profiles with 4 DPI settings each
• 8 programmable buttons
• 9 additional virtual buttons via button combinations
• Right-hand Ergonomic palm grip design
• Customizable OLED logo
• Customizable multi-color LED light system
• 5 x 4.5g weights for fine-tuning mouse feel

Speed Rx uses synthetic mesh that is comprised of
nano fibers that are specifically designed for high-end gaming grade optical sensors, but works equally well with laser sensors. These nano fibers
generate a surface that reduces drag and improves
overall tracking. At 5mm thick, it provides a cushion
that helps reduce fatigue. A triple layer heat
bonding process greatly lengthens the useful life of the Speed Rx. The underside is coated in an anti-slip grip to keep the mousepad positioned as desired.