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- Custom TrueMove3 12,000 CPI, 350 IPS optical 1-to-1 tracking esports sensor
- Ergonomically-designed for extreme comfort and performance
- Exclusive split-trigger left/right mechanical buttons deliver guaranteed 50 million click durability
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Exclusive TrueMove3 Sensor
The TrueMove3 sensor’s ultra-low-latency, rapid-response tracking delivers the most natural and accurate mouse movement.
True 1-to-1 Tracking
TrueMove3’s 1-to-1 tracking, 12,000 CPI, 350 IPS delivers true esports performance.
Advanced Jitter Reduction
From 3,500 to 12,000 CPI, the TrueMove3 uses new, advanced jitter reduction to deliver natural mouse movement without slowing down response time.
The comfortable right-handed design ensures balance and speed with all grip styles. Ultra-durable pure silicone side grips deliver a solid feel and a lifetime of use.
Exclusive Split-Trigger Buttons
Featuring industry-leading guaranteed 50-million click mechanical switches, our exclusive split-trigger buttons deliver long-lasting durability and a fast and consistent click feel.
Prism RGB Lighting
Choose from the full spectrum of 16.8 million colors. Plus, reactive illumination responds to in-game events like low ammo, health, kills, and more.
Lightweight 88.3g Construction
New, lightweight and durable materials reduce the weight of the mouse to 88.3g, giving it fast and natural movement.
Proven to Win
From prototype to final design, team Evil Geniuses helped perfect the performance. The mouse has already won major esports tournaments, worldwide.
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Beginning of Jan I purchased the Rival 310. The mousewheel on my G403 had lost some tactility and the R310 checked virtually all the boxes. 3360 variant sensor, 50m omron switches, RGB and a safe shape. I used it for 6 days before writing this review. My Nit-Noidy thoughts are as follows.
The mouse is very light but manages to feel well made and not hollow.
The mouse was balanced in the hand regardless of grip type, no "heavy butt" problems here.
The clicks all around feel good. Resistance is significantly more than a G403, but less than a Huano.
The side buttons are some of the best I've ever used - medium resistance and tactile without appreciable pretravel etc.
I appreciated that the middle click was one of the easiest to press in, some mice have a middle click so stiff that its utility is virtually eliminated. Some folks have said that the scroll wheel feels cheap, I differ on this point. There is no rattle or wobble and the tactility is excellent with very light resistance - that means it is good for both gaming and browsing.
One of my favorite aspects of the mouse vs the G403 are the subtle groove ledges flanking the scroll wheel. I tend to keep my fingers close to the scroll wheel and something about that ledge just felt right.
The plastic texture on the mouse is good, it gives you a feel of the mouse but does not quite evoke a feeling of "premium" like some of Corsair's products.
The sensor is outstanding as you would expect, I just wish it were placed a little farther forward.
Lift off distance is low.
The shape is very safe and comfortable, especially for a palm grip. It also works fine for fingertip and claw, but only assuming larger hands.
Last but not least, the software is EXCELLENT. I'd considered Logitech to be the gold standard here, now I'm thinking Steelseries. The Logitech G software is around 270mb last I checked, is clean, functional and lightweight. The Steelseries software was only a 108mb download and managed to be even more intuitive with more functions than Logitech's offerings for the G403. One thing that the R310 does not have that many Logitech mice have is sensor surface tuning, but I never missed it.
The cord is the least stiff of any I've tried and kinks were worked out very easily. However, the rubber on the cord is more "grabby" than most when it comes into contact with soft mousepads. (Not an issue with a decent bungee.)
The primary clicks are tactile, but not quite light enough to be considered properly "MMO spammable" in my opinion.
The DPI button is out of the way but a little too far aft of the scroll to be useful for time-critical functions.
The mouse has everything you need, not much you don't. That said, I'd have liked to see an equivalent "G-Shift" option in the software to add more possible macro functions. The mouse isn't as viable to cross over to productivity work like the G502 with all its bells and whistles, but it's still ok.
The silicone sides have a subtle mush to them, which is kinda meh. They do not feel great despite the nice patterning. They can retain a little bit of heat and do not fare particularly well for grip when/if the going gets moist...I think the choice is adequate for what it is intended for, and it SHOULD be fairly durable, but I'm not 100% sure. I would have much preferred the same textured plastic on the sides as on the top.
My copy had slight pretravel on the left click with definite differences in click sound and feel between left and right click.
My copy developed also developed a slight rattle on the aft thumb button after a few days.
The mouse is very long while being wider and relatively low compared to the G403. If you have average or smaller hands, fingertipping the mouse will lead to either clicking the primary buttons toward the rear of the mouse (meaning stiffer clicks) OR you'll continually have the butt of the mouse bumping into your palm when looking/shooting down in-game.
Using a claw grip for me meant reducing the thumb surface touching the mouse, making it feel less controllable. My in-game performance was still very good, but the mouse definitely caters to palm and/or large hands. For me, it felt like there was a whole lot of mouse wasted forward of the scroll and aft of the thumb and I ended up clicking about even with the back of the scroll wheel. If the mouse retained its basic shape while being shorter, it would be a more versatile option for more people, but might sacrifice awesomeness factor for big/palm types.
Despite the questionable choice of silicone, the mouse is fantastic overall and performs as a top-tier option in my opinion. The software is probably the best I've ever seen. It is an easy recommend for any grip style, but with the caveat that your hand ideally be 18.5cm+ in length. It is because of the many good qualities of this mouse that the unsuitably large size makes me sad :(
Nit-Noid Grade: B+
I've gone through Razer mice, and found both that the thumb buttons weren't quite in the right place for me, making them difficult to actually use in game, and lately, I have to say their quality/durability has fallen off. First Razer mouse I used, an original copperhead, is actually still functional but very worn and looks it. Last Razer mouse, Orochi, lasted less than 2 months before a main button stopped working.
After that, tried EVGA, just because the price was amazing. I got 2 Torx 3X Laser mice. Same problem with thumb button, needed to somewhat turn mouse to use thumb buttons, making them less than convenient and undependable in game. Also, very quickly, inside of 2 months, the rubber on the mouse wheel loosened, making the wheel close to completely non-functional. Also, for my hand, somewhat small, the whole mouse seemed somewhat long and flat.
I then tried the logitech G300 mouse, but found the mouse a strange shape, very high, with the left and right buttons 'grooved' so low it was impossible to hit those buttons and the middle mouse button/wheel at the same time, which I do for some games. I also could not use the 'thumb' buttons and right mouse button at the same time, as the 'thumb' buttons faced straight up and were designed to be pressed by the same finger that pressed the right mouse button - index finger in my case as I'm left-handed. Again, I use that combination of thumb and right mouse button in some games, so the Logitech mouse was a no-go for games.
Finally I tried this mouse, the SteelSeries Sensei 310 Gaming Mouse. It feels so good, just perfect in my hand. the thumb buttons are in the right place to use w/o twisting the mouse, and I may even be able to use the 2 buttons on the other side. As I am not pressing them accidently, I think I can leave them active and use them, a first for an ambidextrous mouse in my experience. The materials feel good, the switches seem solid so far, and the software is great once you get used to it. It even has a cloud feature, so I can keep the settings the same for the mouse I use /w my laptop, and the one I use /w my desktop.
The only other mouse I'd consider is the second newest Logitech wired/wireless one, G900, (I don't need Lightspeed charging of G903), but the G900 Still costs over $100, more than 2x the cost of the Sensei 310.
Again, for me, so far, 2 months in, this is best ambidextrous/left-handed mouse I've ever used - just great design overall.
I thought I would find some imperfections considering I've used the same Rival 300 for about 5 years now, but after 1 day of gaming with the 310, I'm pretty much acustom to it already. The size is a tad smaller from what I feel. The 300 was one of the biggest mouse on the market and I'm someone with large hands who thought it was quite big myself.
Size, Shape, feel awesome. very similar to the 300. It actually feels more like a mircosoft intelli 2.0 for those who have used one
CPI button (like the 300)
custom RGB (like 300)
The scroll wheel is harder to scroll with, but the actual click action if it feels better and easier
The middle mouse has stuck a few times, in the sense that I use it as my push to talk and been told I was transmitting without knowing.