Cooler Master Sentinel Advance II and Speed-RX
Specifications and Package
Below are the features and specifications:
- 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
- Dimensions: 83.6(L)x135(W)x40(H) mm
- Sensor: Avago ADNS-9800 Laser Sensor
- Weight: 139g (0.31 lbs)
- MSRP: $60
The Sentinel Advance II is contained in a sleek black box with red accents, continuing the Cooler Master Storm theme we’ve been accustomed to seeing, and
the front features a clear front panel which leaves the mouse inside fully visible.
Once inside the box, the package is very minimal; just the mouse and StormGuard (to protect your mouse from being stolen if your computer is unattended, say, at a LAN party), and that’s it. No installation disk or user’s manual; frankly, I figured they were missing. As I soon found out though, Cooler Master has everything you need available on their website, and to get started the Sentinel is entirely plug-and-play, so no worries about having a mouse in your hand that’s about as useful as a brick without any driver disk. You can just plug it in, and even configure it driverless, and it just works from the get-go.
The mouse cable is thickly braided and durable.
Let’s take a closer look at the Sentinel Advance II itself.