SteelSeries has announced that it is now shipping a new gaming mouse called the SteelSeries Sensei [RAW]. The mouse comes in two versions including a glossy version and a rubberized version. The two versions of the mouse only differ in the covering on top. Either version of the mouse will sell for $59.99 and is available now.
Gaming mice range from the simple to the ridiculous, though they tend to unite on at least one aspect: "expensive". In the world of gaming hardware, novelty is a constant struggle, and boutique manufacturer SteelSeries has something up their sleeves that certainly qualifies. The company posted two photos to their Twitter account today, showing off what appears to be the tail end of a gaming mouse with an integrated screen of some kind. Thousands of PC gamers' wallets are already feeling lighter.
Gaming peripherals maker SteelSeries has outed a new device called the SteelSeries Ion Bluetooth controller that's designed to enhance the gaming experience on smartphones and tablets. There are increasingly more console quality games heading to mobile, but the touch controls on handsets and tablets don't provide the same feel of a physical game controller.
This week over at Dreamhack Winter in Jonkoping Sweden, the folks at SteelSeries have revealed two lovely black, white, and merigold (or orange, if you prefer) pieces of equipment, one limited edition Fnatic Sensei mouse and one 7H Fnatic limited edition headset. You'll find first of all that both of these devices have an interestingly unique look to them, then you'll find that their quality in attacking the gaming world is of course second to none. Inside the headset you'll find 50mm dynamic driver units and SNDBlock ear cushions for sound isolation. Inside the mouse you'll find a 32 bit ARM processor for its ExactTech settings and full customization abilities.
SteelSeries has announced that its latest gaming peripheral is now shipping to buyers. The peripheral is the Sensei Pro Grade Laser Mouse and it is aimed directly at the avid PC gamer looking for all sorts of features and tweaks specifically to make gaming more fun and the player more accurate. This mouse has an inside sensitivity setting at the high-end thanks to a 32-bit ARM processor inside.
MSI began shipping two of its highest-end gaming notebooks in the U.S. today. The GX780 and GT780R both come with gaming peripherals designed by SteelSeries, including its SteelSeries Full Color Backlit Keyboard. The keyboard is optimized for gaming, especially first-person shooters, and can have customizable backlighting colors.
SteelSeries has unveiled a new set of headphones that are called the SteelSeries Siberia Neckband headset. The headphones are made to work with the iPod, iPhone, and iPad devices and have a 3.5mm headphone plug. They should work with any 3.5mm plug device on the market.
People still use mousepads? Wait, what's that, people still use a mouse to click things on their computer screen? Man, it's been so long since I've used a desktop for anything day-to-day that it threw me for a loop seeing this SteelSeries QcK Diablo 3 Barbarian Edition mousepad. It's the latest in what I'd call a very limited promotion of Diablo 3, the game that's been on all Diablo 2 fanatics minds for what seems like decades. Perhaps this portends a release inside the next few years.
Back at the end of September, SteelSeries unveiled a brand new way for people to use their keyboards, especially those who play a lot of different games, or do a lot of different tasks on one computer. Instead of buying a lot of different keyboards, why not just buy one that allows you to change the keyset? Thankfully, SteelSeries released the Shift Keyboard, which allows you to change keysets on the fly, and now they've added one more keyset to the mix: MMO.
Gamers come in all shapes, sizes, and span a wide age group. You can have gamers with grandkids alongside gamers that are in their early teens. Having such a wide range of people to sell to can make it hard to get payment methods that are easy. SteelSeries is making that a bit easier to pay for the cool gaming gear they offer.