|Type of motion sensor||Optical|
|Linux operating systems supported||Y|
|Colour of product||Black|
Fibre Reinforced Plastic
|Operating resolution||12000.0 dpi|
|Max polling rate||1000Hz/1ms|
|Buttons type||Pressed buttons|
|Number of buttons||7|
When I think back to all the gaming mice I have used over the years, there are few that really stand out. Often, it is difficult to properly place my finger on what exactly made those mice stand out, but I think there might be a couple of specifics I enjoy about them. Design is important to me to a certain extent. I enjoy the traditional design, while a mouse that is slightly larger than normal would not bother me at all. However, I dislike the extremely fancy and the many trivial functions a mouse may have. I understand the appeal to be able to fully change how your thumb sits or where your pinky finger rests, but from my experience none does much in the end. Because of that, I prefer a more straightforward design with the only customization being the weight system. RGB LEDs look pretty cool, but with too much, it starts to look tacky. The next important part is how comfortable a grip is on it. I have frequently fluctuated between claw and palm grips. In general, this requires a more rounded mouse, which can vary in size. Mice like the ROCCAT Kone EMP and Patriot Viper V560 both do this excellently. Performance-wise, the mouse needs to be easy to deploy. It is a frustrating mess when I have to spend up to an hour honing my DPI to that perfect sweet spot, while with some mice I just set it to what I usually have and it works fine. Some of my experiences have been terrible trying to find the sweet spot and I keep changing it throughout use because something constantly feels off. Otherwise, for performance, I expect smooth tracking as well as accuracy. One of the best gaming mice I remember using was the SteelSeries Sensei, which fills in most of the requirements I have. Today, we have yet another SteelSeries mouse, the Rival 600. Will it fulfill the above requirements, or will it fail to make a mark? Read on to find out!
The SteelSeries Rival 600 is the latest high-end gaming mouse from within their design studios. And, while I’m not 100% sure about its claim to being the world’s first true 1 to 1 esports sensor, I’m more intrigued by the fact that it’s made me change my grip from claw to palm. And I don’t
SteelSeries latest in the venture for the perfect pointing device, the Rival 600. Read on see what we thought....
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Steelseries Rival 600 You're not short of options when it comes to great gaming mice. In fact, these days you have to look bloody hard to find something that's bad. The market is very competitive and every brand has something exciting to offer. So what makes the Rival 600 stand out from the crowd? Well, Steelseries have a rock solid reputation with gamers. Their peripherals have been loved by gamers around the world for years. The Rival 600 looks set to continue that trend! Featuring their award-winning 'world's first true 1 to 1 esports sensor' it has the TruMove 3+
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A dual sensor mouse is a pretty unique concept, but it is worth the extra money over the already brilliant Rival 310? Let's take a look. Want one? Amazon:
The Steelseries Rival 600 is an absolutely fantastic mouse packing a ton of features for a very reasonable price.
A Rival with no real rival.
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SteelSeries jump directly the top of the gaming mouse market with their new Rival 600. Totally kick ass.
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Simply put for us the RIVAL 600 Dual Sensor Gaming Mouse is the best model by SteelSeries to date.
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