It seems like every month that we are looking at a gaming peripheral from a company targeting the gaming sector. Even though some of these companies have created very impressive products like the new Corsair Vengeance range, many gamers will opt for a tried and tested brand instead, such as SteelSeries.
SteelSeries has been producing an varied range of gaming peripherals for quite some time now and, unlike a lot of manufacturers, this is all they do. This means that all of their company resources are available for the development of innovative new gaming peripherals.
While the slight size and colour differences between the three Steelseries models might appear to be the only differences, there are also a number of changes on a technical level.
- Counts per inch: 3200
- Frames per second: 3600
- Inches per second: 130
- Acceleration: 30G
- Lift Distance: ~2 mm
- Buttons: 6
- Cable: 2 m / 6.5 ft (braided)