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SteelSeries Sensei Fnatic Limited Edition mouse and 7H headset official

SteelSeries Sensei Fnatic Limited Edition mouse and 7H headset official

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.

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SteelSeries Shows Off MMO Keyset for Shift Keyboard

SteelSeries Shows Off MMO Keyset for Shift Keyboard

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.

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SteelSeries offers PayNearMe for paying with cash

SteelSeries offers PayNearMe for paying with cash

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.

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SteelSeries World of Warcraft: Cataclysm MMO Gaming Mouse Landing in December

SteelSeries World of Warcraft: Cataclysm MMO Gaming Mouse Landing in December

SteelSeries may have pulled the curtain off the Medal of Honor-themed accessories, but the company isn't done with the video game-based peripherals. The brand new World of Warcraft: Cataclysm MMO Gaming Mouse has just been unveiled, which was co-developed by Blizzard Entertainment. The mouse features a unique aesthetic, meant to look similar to the armor plating of one Deathwing the Destroyer.

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SteelSeries Shift Keyboard Features Interchangeable Keys

SteelSeries Shift Keyboard Features Interchangeable Keys

While gamers may focus on one game, the one that takes all their time and attention, there's still others that like to take breaks and play other titles, too. Unfortunately, that may mean having to get your keyboard memorized for different keystrokes for different games. You won't find the same hotkeys in a First Person Shooter (FPS) title as you will a Massively Multiplayer Online (MMO) title, so it can be a hassle to switch, even if you want to. Thankfully, SteelSeries has an answer for you, and it's called The Shift.

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SteelSeries Spectrum 4xb and 5xb Available Third Quarter 2010

SteelSeries Spectrum 4xb and 5xb Available Third Quarter 2010

While the big news of E3 keeps some, if not most of us busy, there's always the other companies out there who are trying to elbow their way into the spotlight. We've already shown you some wires that make us want to give up wireless, so now we'll go ahead and bring you some gaming headphones from SteelSeries that we wouldn't mind putting on our heads right now. Unfortunately, we'll have to wait a bit longer for the SteelSeries Spectrum 4xb and 5xb.

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SteelSeries 6Gv2 gaming keyboard & 7H headset announced

SteelSeries 6Gv2 gaming keyboard & 7H headset announced

CeBIT 2010 isn't all about netbooks and tablets; there are peripherals there too.  SteelSeries have outed their latest gaming combo, the SteelSeries 6Gv2 gaming keyboard and the SteelSeries 7H headset.  The former can recognize "as many simultaneous key presses as there are keys on the keyboard" for those particularly hectic late-night gaming sessions, while the latter gets closed ear-cups each with a 50mm driver.

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