Underneath the mouse they have placed two LED’s that you really can’t see to well but it adds a bit of a glow to the mouse. By removing the bottom cover you will get access to five 4.5G weights. These can be removed one at a time giving you either a ligher or heavier feel.
This mouse is the size of the Logitech G700 which is quite large but even with smaller hands this mouse feels comfortable.
On the right image you can see teh DPI count and also some LED’s that are active when the mouse is plugged in.
You can download about 115MB of software from the Cmstorm to get this software for your Sentinel 2 gaming mouse. The first tab shows the Sentinels main controls like button assignments, DPI levels and other sensitivites.
Since this mouse is equipped with a bunch of LED’s there is of course a LED menu where you can set various LED colors and even add a OLED Logo to the display.
On the left side of the mouse they have placed a Switch button which is labeled XL, this button has its own menu in the software. When switching this button to “Storm tactics mode” you can create advanced key combinations.
As most gaming mice this also supports macros, you can create macros and save them in the fourth tab.
The last three tabs allows you to create scripts, check out the library where macros and scripts are saved and also go to the support page.