SteelSeries comes up with Rival gaming mouse

SteelSeries comes up with Rival gaming mouse

SteelSeries, a company well known for making gaming peripherals, has introduced the Rival optical gaming mouse – a device that bets on a number of advanced technologies to deliver excellent performance in all conditions.

The Rival packs an advanced optical sensor for excellent precision, keys that can survive up to 30 million clicks, an advanced anti-sweat coating, rubber grips for better gaming experience, customization options for 16.8 million color illumination options, SteelSeries ExactTech settings and SteelSeries Engine 3 software.

“We’ve named our newest optical gaming mouse the Rival, because we believe that it meets and surpasses every other optical mouse in its price bracket on the market,” said Bruce Hawver, SteelSeries CEO. “The new ergonomic shape and state of the art hardware deliver unmatched levels of precision, comfort and durability. Combining this level of hardware with new SteelSeries Engine 3 software, users will find an entirely new customization experience that redefines how a mouse can be configured.”

The SteelSeries Rival also reaches 6500 counts per inch (CPI) of precision, 1 ms of customizable response time, movement speeds of up to 200 inches per second at 50g of acceleration and six programmable, ergonomically placed buttons. Finally gamers can make use of the ExactTech mouse settings that include ExactAim for slowing down, focusing and aiming; ExactSens for sensitivity control and ExactAccel, which controls how quickly the mouse accelerates from one point to another.

The SteelSeries Rival gaming mouse can be pre-ordered now for a price of USD 59.99.

Source: SteelSeries

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