CM Storm Sentinel Advance II
SGM-6010-KLLW1

 
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Description

Contains the latest Avago sensor that is capable of over 8000DPI. It brings much higher sensitivity and accuracy at all DPI levels. Low DPI gameplay is much easier with its ultra low lift off distance. Multiple color, DPI, profile, and macro settings await you to assist in making the most of your gaming experience. Change DPI settings, profiles, and more on-the-fly with buttons dedicated to the task.
  • 200 - 8200 DPI tracking resolution
  • 128 KB Sentinel-X™ Memory for profiles and macros
  • On the fly DPI adjustments (+/- 200 DPI)
  • As little as 1.5 mm lift-off distance
  • Up to 150 IPS – 3.8 m/s
  • 125 Hz – 1000 Hz USB rate fine-tuning
  • 5 profiles with 4 DPI setting each
  • 8 programmable buttons
  • 9 virtual buttons via button combinations
  • Right-hand Ergonomic Design
  • Customizable OLED logo
  • Customizable multi color LED light system
  • 5 x 4.5g weight fine-tuning system


Specs

Model SGM-6010-KLLW1
Available Color Gray
Form Factor Right Hand Ergonomic
Sensor Avago ADNS-9800 Laser Sensor
Programmable Buttons 8
Onboard Memory 128 KB
Polling Rate 1000 Hz /1 ms
Velocity Up to 150 ips
Acceleration 30 g
Dimension 3.3(L)x5.3(W)x1.6(H) inch
83.6(L)x135(W)x40(H) mm
Weight 139 g / 0.31 lbs
Warranty 2 years
UPC Code 884102015366
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      Gamerfront.net
      Gamerfront.net : April 2013


      "Overall, I enjoy CM Storm’s Sentinel Advance II. It’s comfortable, it performs well, and the software functions well. I do have some small beefs with it. For those that skipped to the end (yes, I’m talking to you), the main issues I have are that the thumb buttons are positioned too high, and the OLED screen is not very useful, due to the fact that the screen is recessed into the mouse, and your hand covers it the whole time."

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      Modders-inc - Must Have
      modders-inc.com : February 2013


      "The CM Storm Sentinel Advance II is a welcome update to the Sentinel Series. The updated sensor is more accurate during game play. Cooler Master didn’t change the overall look or the ergonomics of the mouse in the latest update. They made a comfortable mouse better."

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      Eteknix.com: Gamers Choice
      Eteknix.com : September 2012


      "With an RRP of $59.99 this mouse is a must if you were thinking about a replacement as the customisation is incredible and the performance also matches. The Sentinel Advance II has delivered everything a person could wish for in a gaming mouse with a few added extras in the form of the OLED screen and the ability to store up to 8 profiles on the mouse to take around with you."

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      Umlan.com:  10/10
      Umlan.com : August 2012


      "It is no wonder Cooler Master has been in bushiness for over 20 years as they continue to produce some of the best products in the market and CM Storm Sentinel Advance II is a great example of that! If you have used Sentinel Advance in the past you will love the next version of Sentinel. There aren't many similar mice to compare to here as Sentinel Advance II is a pure winner. We have spend close to two weeks playing and using Sentinel Advance II and our over all experience has been nothing short of pleasurable. If you want a good performance based mouse then you should definitely check out Sentinel Advance II."

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      Xtremetechjunkies.com: Xtreme Award
      Xtremetechjunkies.com : August 2012


      "During testing of the Advance II, the mouse responded with eye tearing speed when set at 8200 DPI, but even at lower settings the Advance II was still very responsive. It’s a good thing the Speed-RXL is available a larger surface area, 450x350 mm, to support a greaterdegree of movement. The CM Storm Speed-RX series gaming mat prices start around $19.99 and get pricier according to size, but they are well worth it as dollar for dollar you will not find a better value."

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      Insideindustrynews.com: Recommended
      Insideindustrynews.com : August 2012


      "The OLED is really interesting, you can customize it with your own logo which is honestly a pretty unique solution for those who want to make it a personal gaming mouse.  The only other gaming mice, I have seen with a similar function is from Steelseries. The light system is fairly standard, but the great thing is, it’s not too bright, so at night, you rarely see a light pulsating off of it."

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      Reviewhorizon.com
      Reviewhorizon.com : July 2012


      "CoolerMaster proves it can successfully produce devices outside their initial comfort zone and the CM Storm Sentinel Advance II High Performance Gaming Mouse is such a product. At $59.99 MSRP, it offers features not found in under $100 range and the addition of the OLED display and the attractive programmable LED lights represent just the icing on the cake. Gaming wise, the Sentinel Advance II is a very solid product, very versatile and offered for the right price. From extreme customization to excellent sensitivity and response speed, the Sentinel Advance earns our highest recommendations, 5 out of 5 stars, quickly becoming my favorite mouse ever."

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      Gizmofusion.com
      Gizmofusion.com : July 2012


      "Overall the mouse and pad work hand in hand. With is extremely high DPI and amazing characteristics this mouse is the perfect choice for any gamer in search of an affordable yet feature packed option. The ergonomic grip ensures that your hand stays comfortable and slip free while playing. The extensive macro selection gives you the option to add to your gaming experience. Head over to Cooler Master and take a look at all their amazing products!"

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      Unfinishedman.com
      Unfinishedman.com : July 2012


      "Really, I could go on and on. It’s rare that I derive such enjoyment from using a mouse, especially one that is so seemingly gimmicky......skip drinking hard alcohol for a night and pick one of these up."

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      Techgage.com
      Techgage.com : July 2012


      "What I do like about the Advance II is that you're able to set four different DPI levels on any profile and adjust them easily, thanks to the dedicated buttons. I move between Linux and Windows quite often, and also different games, so I'm often switching my profiles and DPI on-the-fly and appreciate that the ability to do that is made easy on this mouse."

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      Neoseeker.com: Recommended
      neoseeker.com : July 2012


      "During testing of the Advance II, the mouse responded with eye tearing speed when set at 8200 DPI, but even at lower settings the Advance II was still very responsive. It's a good thing the Speed-RXL is available a larger surface area, 450x350 mm, to support a greater degree of movement. The CM Storm Speed-RX series gaming mat prices start around $19.99 and get pricier according to size, but they are well worth it as dollar for dollar you will not find a better value."

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      Techbargains.com
      Techbargains.com : July 2012


      "Simply put, Cooler Master took what was good about the original Sentinel Advance and improved upon it with the CM Storm Sentinel Advance II. Same comfortable fit and form, same LED lighting system and customization options, but twice the amount of memory and a more sensitive laser sensor."

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      Lanoc.org: Recommended
      lanoc.org : July 2012


      "If you are looking to pick the Sentinel Advance II up, my advice is to first get one in your hands to make sure you will like its shape. If it fits you, it will be a great mouse to game with at a price that is much lower than the Sentinel who has a similar LED readout."

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      Pro-Clockers: Editors Choice
      pro-clockers.com : June 2012


      "The Sentinel Advance II from Cooler Master is a great mouse and I am saying this from the heart as I have been using one since the first day the original Sentinel hit the market. The comfort level is ideal for those with longer fingers and large hands. And the addition of the little weight buttons further the level of relief when using the Sentinel."

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      HardwareSecrets: Golden Award
      hardwaresecrets.com : June 2012


      "The Sentinel Advance II enhanced what was already an excellent mouse to begin with three years ago. Because it’s a huge peripheral, it’s not suited for players with tiny hands or those who prefer lighter and more agile gaming mice. The Sentinel Advance II compensates for its bulkiness with high sensitivity, but in practice, we doubt someone will exceed 5,000 or 6,000 dpi when playing. The body is comfortable and provides a firm grip. Despite the overcrowded interface, the application does its work without much fuss. The virtual buttons added by the TX feature were an intelligent solution to not overpopulate the body of an earlier model with unreachable buttons."



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      Thinkcomputers.org 9/10
      thinkcomputers.org : June 2012


      " I am more of a bigger mouse body type gamer, I like a full hand grip.  This mouse provided me a ease to switching from my DeathAdder, I was able to really get used to this mouse almost instantly.  The simple features of less is best for me works excellent.  The OLED screen makes it unique and my own.  The software basically allows 100% full customization with full range of this mouses functionality."

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      Techreaction.net:  Gold Silicon Award
      Techreaction.net : June 2012


      "The Cooler Master Sentinel Advanced II turned out to be a great mouse to use. The driver software UI was very easy to use and straight forward. After studying it for a few minutes, we figured everything out that we needed, and started making the Advanced II a one-of-a-kind mouse that we loved.  The option to actually be able to have two different LED colors, one on the top and another on the bottom of the Advanced II,  is interesting and fun to look at once setup."

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      Tweaktown: Must Have Best Features
      tweaktown.com : May 2012


      "The CM Storm Sentinel Advance II took me down memory lane, but also shows me that there is stiff competition for your hard earned dollars and this mouse is well worth serious consideration amongst the big dogs in mice."

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      Custompcreview.com: Gold Awesome Award
      Custompcreview.com : May 2012


      "For right handed gamers who predominantly use the palm grip, the CM Storm Sentinel Advance II with its all new Avago ADNS-9800 sensor is an excellent mouse featuring top notch performance at a great price."

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      Bjorn3d.com:  Silver Bear Award
      bjorn3d.com : May 2012


      "The CM Storm Sentinel Advance II embraces new innovation providing a custom graphical display while enhancing performance with it's new laser sensor system. It proudly receives the Bjorn3D Silver Bear Award and Bjorn3D Value Award for the myriad of features."

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      Pureoverclock.com:  Great Value
      Pureoverclock.com : May 2012


      "The Sentinel Advance II is in a tough market but it's well priced, and gamers who want extensive features that won't cost a fortune would do well to take a look at this mouse."

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      Hitechlegion.com:  Gold
      Hitechlegion.com : May 2012


      "Overall, I really like the CM Storm Sentinel Advance II. The build quality is excellent. The design seems to fit a larger hand very well. There are tons of buttons and more than enough profiles for extensive programming. The upgraded laser offers even more speed and accuracy for all gamers. Cooler Master took a good product and made it even better. I'd recommend the Sentinel Advanced II gaming mouse to all gamers out there."

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      Benchmarkreviews.com:  Golden Tachometer
      Benchmarkreviews.com : May 2012


      "The CM Storm Sentinel Advance Laser Mouse is set to launch at an MSRP of $59.99. That's ten dollars less than the original Sentinel Advance started for and I think it's a great price point for this mouse. This is about the middle of the road for gaming mice and with all the construction and functionality the Sentinel Advance II offers, it's a great deal. The RX Pad is set for an MSRP of $19.99 and I would highly recommend that as well. "

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      Thegamefanatics.com: Top Product
      Thegamefanatics.com : April 2012


      "The Sentinel Advance II is the Cadillac of gaming mice when it comes to performance. With no clunky settings or finicky buttons, the ergonomic design allows you to wield the mouse with ease, unleashing your macro-buttoned mayhem on your enemies. The Sentinel Advance II is a superb mouse, well engineered and economical; you can’t really ask for more."

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      Gnd-tech.com: Diamond Award
      Gnd-tech.com : April 2012


      "I was impressed by Cooler Master's original Sentinel Advance when I first got my hands on it. The Storm Inferno continued to impress me. Now with the Sentinel Advance II and its new sensor, they've gone a step further and bested the best. This is an excellent choice for those who prefer the palm-grip and demand a top quality mouse for casual gaming or competitive gaming."


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      Decryptedtech.com: Gold Key Award
      Decryptedtech.com : April 2012


      "Cooler Master’s Cm Storm Sentinel Advance II is a great product. It has excellent features for both gaming and for precision work (I can see this using used for CAD and photo editing). The mechanical components will provide you with the performance you need for all of your games while the software utility will allow you to set up multiple profiles to suit almost any genre of game (First Person Shooter, MMO etc)."

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      Gadgetsteria.com
      Gadgetsteria.com : April 2012


      "We’re in love with the Sentinel Advance 2. We’re even more in love with the price — $59.99. Many gaming mice of similar feature set or size/comfort cost $10-$30 more than the Sentinel Advance 2. Coolermaster took an already good gaming mouse, made it better and then priced it right. When you consider the features, physical design and comfort of this mouse, it’s hard to find any reason not to recommend it. If you can find a store to give the mouse a test drive, we highly recommend giving it a serious look. "

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