As gaming, has shifted to be more PC oriented, although consoles are still prevalent, it is important for manufacturers to design elite peripherals for gaming fanatics. SteelSeries and esport partner Evil Geniuses must agree with that statement as they have revealed several tournament-ready products for gamers to salivate over.
Now available on the SteelSeries website are an Arctis headset with an Arctis headband, along with (in a limited quantity) an Evil Geniuses Edition Rival 300 mouse, Apex M500 keyboard with Cherry MX Red keys, and QcK+ mouse pad. The mouse, keyboard, and mouse pad are $59.99, $99.99, and $19.99 respectively.
Buyers can be certain that these devices will live up to their hype as they combine more than 15 years of SteelSeries esport experience with hands-on testing from hardcore gaming enthusiasts across the globe. All of which, are specifically designed to accommodate gamers.
The mouse, which is an Evil Geniuses edition of the Rival 300, has an esports-focused design. With its Pixart PMW3310 optical sensor and six programmable buttons, the Rival 300 is designed to deliver long-lasting performance. As for the mouse pad, it is just as important as the mouse. It features a surface with nearly zero friction, a non-slip rubber base and a 4mm thickness. All this ensures pinpoint tracking accuracy and the most comfortable gaming experience possible.
To top it all off, the keyboard is the only tournament-grade, mechanical version co-designed with their team. It features full anti-ghosting, compatibility with the SteelSeries engine, and incredibly fast double taps and clicks with its Cherry MX Red switches.
CEO of SteelSeries, Ehtisham Rabbani, expressed that Evil Geniuses were the perfect partner for them. Rabbani states, “For years, SteelSeries has collaborated with Evil Geniuses to test and improve our products to ensure they are tournament ready. Their winning culture and pursuit of excellence in esports aligns with SteelSeries’ commitment to supporting esport professionals with products that help them rise to the challenge.”
Just remember, though, that these peripherals are limited-editions so do not waste any time investing in them.