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Sensei RAW

  • Ambidextrous Design
  • Metal Non-Slip Coating
  • 30 Million click switches
old price $59.99 on sale for $44.99


To ensure the Sensei Raw met the rigorous standards of eSports players, we asked the pros themselves. SteelSeries worked hand-in-hand professional gamers to make a ambidextrous laser mouse perfectly suited for tournament-level play.

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Control CPI, programmable buttons, LED intensity, lighting modes and more in SteelSeries Engine 3.


The Sensei is completely ambidextrous with a soft touch, glossy black coating. The shape and button layout were designed to work comfortably with all grip styles.

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About the Sensei [RAW]

The SteelSeries Sensei RAW is the performance edition of the award-winning Sensei. It features an ambidextrous design, white illumination, and 7 programmable macro buttons.

With SteelSeries Engine, gamers can take full control over the Sensei's performance. Customize and remap all 7 buttons, and adjust the CPI.


Soft Touch, Glossy Black



Grip Style

Claw or Finger-Tip

Number of Buttons


SteelSeries Switches

Rated for 30 Million Clicks


90 g, 0.198 lbs


68 mm, 2.68 in


68.3 mm, 2.69 in

Cable Length

2 m, 6.5 ft

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I know if the Sensei[RAW] is the right gaming mouse for me?

Great question! The Sensei[RAW] is the perfect gaming mouse for gamers who want a top tier laser sensor, ambidextrous design, and eight programmable buttons. Alternatively, you can use our interactive mouse guide, and compare the Sensei[RAW] with our other gaming mice here.

Can I change the lift distance on the Sensei[RAW]?

No, the lift distance can only be changed on the Sensei and Sensei Wireless.

Is the cable on the Sensei[RAW] braided or non-braided?

The Sensei[RAW] features a braided cable.

Can I change the color of the illumination on the Sensei[RAW]

No, the intensity of the illumination can be changed on the Sensei[RAW], but not the color of the illumination.

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