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Lefties rejoice, the ambidextrous SteelSeries Sensei 310 gaming mouse is just $30

SteelSeries Sensei 310
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The SteelSeries Sensei 310 is one of the best gaming mice around and this Black Friday you can find it cheaper on than anywhere else. It's also a bit of a rarity in the gaming mouse world... it's suitable for the left-handed gamer. That's why this updated version has barely changed from the original design, except for a whole new sensor, buttons, and well, everything else bar the shape.

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It's also an impressively lightweight mouse too at just 92 grams. That's not going to win it any awards in the ultralight, honeycomb category, where the Glorious Model O et al reign supreme, but it's still a mouse you'll be able to fling about your desktop, nailing flick-shots at will. That 50G acceleration and 350+ IPS tracking means it stays responsive no matter how animated you get mid-match.

Part of the Sensei 310's low weight is the fact it's a small mouse. If you're a dyed in the wool palm-grip gamer that might not sit too well with you, but the design is just as comfortable for the palmers as well as claw-grippers. 

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SteelSeries Sensei 310 | Ambidextrous | $49.99 $29.99 at (save $20)
This is as cheap as this popular lefty-friendly gaming mouse has ever been, and right now it's available on SteelSeries' own store for less than you'll find it on Amazon. It sports a responsive, accurate optical sensor, with 50G acceleration and max DPI of 12,000. SteelSeries sign in required.View Deal

The fact the Sensei 310 is cheaper on SteelSeries' own store than on Amazon shows how seriously its taking its Black Friday deals this year, offering its 'members' discounts we're not seeing anywhere else. It's also got a bunch of Black Friday gaming headset deals too, which are definitely worth checking out if you're in the market for some new cans.

Dave has been obsessed with gaming since the days of Zaxxon on the Colecovision, and code books for the Commodore Vic 20 (Death Race 2000!). He built his first gaming PC at the tender age of 16, and finally finished bug-fixing the Cyrix-based system around a year later. When he dropped it out of the window. Thankfully it's a lot easier to build a gaming rig now there are no motherboard jumper switches, though he has been breaking technology ever since… at least he gets paid for it now.