The SteelSeries Diablo III mouse is fairly similar to the excellent Sensei gaming mouse, and uses the same software (albeit skinned for D3) to program its buttons. Unlike the Sensei, you can't program the D3's lighting to emit any color other than a D3-appropriate red, and you can't store profiles directly in the mouse, as you can with the Sensei. However, the D3 mouse comes pre-programmed with macros designed specifically for Diablo III, and if your primary purpose for the mouse will be playing D3 (or if you just think the D3-inspired design is hot) it's a great choice. For more flexibility, the Sensei, which sells for about the same price, is a better option.
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