Left Handed, Large Hands? SteelSeries Sensei 310 Mouse

March 11th, 2019

If you’re looking for a high quality, larger-than-average mouse to use left handed, the SteelSeries Sensei 310 is a fantastic option.

I’ve gone from office grade Logitech mice, to Razer, to G-Skill and the Sensei 310 finally feels like my PC mouse search is over. The fit of the mouse in hand is very comfortable. The movement is smooth and precise. All the buttons are crisp and satisfying.

I especially like the scroll wheel. I’d call the rotation detent stiffness as medium, with no play in between notches. It is just stiff enough for gaming, but it’s perhaps slightly better suited for normal scrolling in applications. The click is precise and goes straight down without causing any unwanted wheel rotation.

The mouse’s skates snap into place. They won’t rub off or shift positions. However, they can be easily removed if you need to replace them.

If you use a mouse left handed, you already know that there aren’t many options if you want something nice. And if that left paw is very large… *groan* (My hand is 20cm long by 10.5cm wide.) Welcome to the club, my friend. If the Sensei 310 isn’t at the top of the list for this situation, I’d like to know what’s better. Perhaps the case could be made for the Logitech G Pro Wireless, but I didn’t want to spend more than $50.

Yes, the Sensei 310 is an E-sports (competitive gaming) grade mouse with RGB lighting, but you can turn the lights off if you prefer. I have a backlit keyboard, so I set the mouse to match. I work mostly at night, so I find the the lights to be pleasant.

While the Sensei 310 may be used left or right handed, if you’re looking for an ergonomic, right handed only version, check out the SteelSeries Rival 310.

Posted in Gear, Off Topic | Top Of Page

Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to post a comment.