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SteelSeries announces Limited Edition ‘Neo Noir’ peripherals

SteelSeries is back with another limited edition set of gaming peripherals. Previously, we've seen SteelSeries release limited edition gaming gear based on CS:GO skins like Hyper Beast, Neon Rider, Fade Camo and Howl. This time around, we're getting a new gaming mouse, headset, keyboard and mouse mat based on the Neo Noir skin pack. 

Designed in collaboration with Blazer and Donschi, the creators of the Neo Noir skins for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, the new peripheral collection includes two QcK mousepads, a Prime mouse and a set of speaker plates for the Arctis Pro. Like the original skins, the Neo Noir peripherals are inspired by old-school manga comics and anime art, featuring black, white, blues and pink decals.

Like the original Prime mouse, its Neo Noir version feature Prestige optical magnetic switches with high durability. Weighing about 69g, the Prime mouse's shape was designed for increased comfort and to reduce fatigue while using it. Moreover, it will also feature the same TrueMove Pro sensor and onboard customisation as the original version.

Moving on to the mousepads, we get the Neo Noir QcK Prism XL featuring 2-zone RGB lighting and the classic QcK L. The former measures 900x300x4mm, while the latter is 450x400x2mm. Both are made of micro-woven cloth optimised for low and high CPI tracking movements. For those who own an Arctis Pro headset and want to give it some extra flair, SteelSeries is also launching a set of Neo Noir-themed speaker plates.

The limited-edition Neo Noir collection is now available for purchase, with the Prime mouse costing $69.99/€79.99. The Neo Noir editions of the QcK Prism XL and QcK L mousepads are priced at $69.99/€69.99 and $19.99/€24.99, respectively. Lastly, the Neo Noir Arctis Pro speaker plates will be available for $29.99 and are exclusive to NA customers.

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