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Friday, 03 June 2011 11:20

CM Storm Sentinel Zero-G gaming mouse tested - 2. The Package

Written by Sanjin Rados
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Review: Sentinel Advance's sucessor

The packaging is as you can see pretty fiery but not without a reason – this is a top gaming mouse. As a gift, you get Shattered Horizon game in order to test this puppy out.

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The packaging is nicely designed and attractive. On the other hand, the Sentinel ZERO-G goes for €60, so we didn’t expect any less.

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The box contains the mouse, spare Kevlar glide stickers and a Software/Driver CD.

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You can download Shattered Horizon from the internet after submitting the code that comes with the Sentinel ZERO-G at cmstorm.com/shgame.

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