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SteelSeries Arctis 1 headset brings wireless chat to Nintendo Switch

SteelSeries Arctis 1 headset brings wireless chat to Nintendo Switch

SteelSeries today announced a new wireless headset called the Arctis 1, and its main draw is that it can work with a variety of platforms including the Nintendo Switch. Using wireless headsets with the Switch is generally not something one can do - though the Joy-Con controllers connect to the Switch via Bluetooth, the Switch doesn't support wireless headsets using the same technology.

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SteelSeries Stratus Duo full-size controller supports mobile, VR, and PC

SteelSeries Stratus Duo full-size controller supports mobile, VR, and PC

SteelSeries has revealed Stratus Duo, a new full-size Bluetooth and 2.4GHz wireless controller designed for mobile platforms, Oculus Go, Samsung Gear, and PC. The controller targets gamers who need something more substantial than a touchscreen or mini game pad, instead offering plug-and-play functionality alongside a design similar to gaming console controllers.

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SteelSeries Arctis 3 with wired, Bluetooth audio gets 2019 upgrades

SteelSeries Arctis 3 with wired, Bluetooth audio gets 2019 upgrades

SteelSeries has updated its Arctis 3 gaming headset, which includes wired and Bluetooth connectivity, to include new audio and comfort enhancements. The headset is particularly suitable for use with the Nintendo Switch, enabling owners to connect the headset to the console using the wired connection and to the Nintendo Switch Online app using the Bluetooth connection.

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PUBG SteelSeries accessories revealed

PUBG SteelSeries accessories revealed

SteelSeries PLAYERUNKNOWN'S BATTLEGROUNDS (PUBG) accessories were announced today in a real power move by both companies. This accessory release will basically plant PUBG branding and imagery on already-nice SteelSeries devices and peripherals of many sorts, but it's going to be super neat. This is one part of the one-year Anniversary Celebration of PUBG, with both companies giving away a bunch of SteelSeries stuff, PUBG stuff, codes, and whatnot.

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Do we need RGB mousepads? SteelSeries QcK Prism says yes

Do we need RGB mousepads? SteelSeries QcK Prism says yes

Once upon a time, the mousepad was a relatively simple product that didn't need to draw a lot of attention. With the rise of RGB PC accessories, though, nothing is safe. Indeed, manufacturers have begun adding RGB functionality to everything they can, and SteelSeries is joining the ranks of those who have decided that mousepads need to light up too.

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SteelSeries Nimbus: a wireless game controller for new Apple TV

SteelSeries Nimbus: a wireless game controller for new Apple TV

Those looking forward to playing games on the new Apple TV will be happy to hear they won't be restricted to using the motion sensing Siri Remote that comes included. Gaming accessories maker SteelSeries has just announced Nimbus, a wireless Bluetooth console-style controller that's compatible with the new Apple TV. Echoing the design of the Xbox One controller, the Nimbus features standard layout of twin analog sticks, a D-pad, four face buttons, and four shoulder buttons.

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Eye-tracking hits AAA gaming with Assassin’s Creed

Eye-tracking hits AAA gaming with Assassin’s Creed

This week the folks at SteelSeries have announced that their Tobii eye-tracking system will be used to track the eyes of gamers playing Assassin's Creed Rogue on the PC. Released last year for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 (at the same time as Assassin's Creed Unity, Assassin's Creed Rogue will employ eye-tracking technology to allow the user to work with an "infinite screen." Your view will center wherever your eyes do so gaze - left, right, up, down, or anywhere you peek in-between.

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SteelSeries Sentry Eye Tracker streaming here at CES 2015

SteelSeries Sentry Eye Tracker streaming here at CES 2015

CES is a place for everyone, whether you're a smartphone aficionado, a TV nut, or even a pro gamer. Making it's way to CES 2015 is SteelSeries' Sentry, its eye tracking accessory co-developed by Tobii who has its own EyeX tracking technology. This peripheral was designed to help pro gamers make the best out of their training sessions, but this time SteelSeries is revealing a slightly odd new feature to the system, allowing even streaming viewers to see what a player is looking at.

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SteelSeries Stratus XL is a larger wireless controller

SteelSeries Stratus XL is a larger wireless controller

SteelSeries has come out with a new game controller for iOS 7 devices, but this time it's thinking big. The SteelSeries Stratus XL is being billed as a full-sized wireless game controller that aims to deliver maximum control and comfort when playing any of those hundreds of compatible iOS games.

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SteelSeries Sentry Eye Tracker helps train pro gamers

SteelSeries Sentry Eye Tracker helps train pro gamers

SteelSeries has just announced a new kind of gaming peripheral that features some fancy eye tracking technology. But unlike its more popular devices for common gamers, the Sentry Eye Tracker pro is squarely targeted at training the next generation of competitive gamers.

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MSI G Series Gaming Laptops tap SteelSeries Engine for rainbow keyboard customizations

MSI G Series Gaming Laptops tap SteelSeries Engine for rainbow keyboard customizations

Supposing you’ve never used a SteelSeries keyboard before, or you’ve never seen an MSI-made gaming notebook up close and personal, the ushering in of this lineup should throw you for a bit of a loop. What we’re looking at here is the MSI G Series Gaming collection of gaming laptops, with everything from the GT Dominator to the GS Stealth coming up hard with the ability to support some of today’s hardest-hitting games. Where SteelSeries comes in is in the software side of the keyboard.

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SteelSeries Stratus Wireless Gaming Controller for iOS 7 hands-on

SteelSeries Stratus Wireless Gaming Controller for iOS 7 hands-on

Having a peek at one of the cutest devices we’ve seen pop up at CES 2014 this week we’ve seen the SteelSeries Stratus Wireless Gaming Controller - made for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. While we’re to understand that this device works with Bluetooth, it’s also limited to those devices that work with Lightning cables. Not because it uses Lightning connectivity for anything, mind you, but because they’re aiming for the future.

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