SteelSeries Rival 110 Review

Released in 2017, the SteelSeries Rival 110 offered a budget gaming mouse with performance features.

Textured on both sides, the Rival 110 gives a textured feel on both sides of the mouse giving you the ultimate in gaming comfort geared for the right-hand market.  It’s streamlined outline has been refined using feedback from revered e-sports athletes ultimately giving you a multi-grip mouse.

The SteelSeries Rival 110 uses the TrueMove 1 optical sensor which gives the user 1 to 1 tracking.  It’s a key component built by renowned PixArt. It has a guaranteed 30 million click mechanical switches, has up to 7200 CPI in increments of 100, 240 IPS and a 30g sensor to boot.

With a not-so weighty 87.5g, the 6-button SteelSeries mouse is fast becoming the go-to choice for both professional and home gamers alike.

SteelSeries Rival 110 Review

SteelSeries Rival 310 Review

The SteelSeries Rival 310 offers, what many believe to be the first true 1 to 1 tracking that offers 12,000 CPI with the PixArt built 350 IPS optical sensor called TrueMove3.  With TrueMove3 it uses the exact movement of a 1:1 ratio so the exact distance you move the mouse on the mouse pad is the exact distance the cursor moves on the screen with no latency, interpolation or affecting jitter reduction.

SteelSeries have thought about weight and reduced it as much as possible for this e-sports rated gaming mouse. The side grips are silicone giving ultimate control over the mouse even in the most intense of situations.  

The finish is semi-matte and offers a fingerprint resistant finish.  The weight is reduced considerably thanks to a plastic which is reinforced by fiber giving ultimate strength and minimal weight at only 88.3g.

SteelSeries Rival 310 Review

SteelSeries Rival 300S Review

The SteelSeries Rival 300S is a breakaway from the usual foray of gaming mice offered by SteelSeries.  With this particular model they’ve gone for an ergonomic feel and look and still kept the weight under 100g.  It has a universal shape but is only geared towards the right hand market.

The Omron switches on both the left and the right mouse buttons have been tested as good for over 20 million clicks.  Design-wise the Rival 300S looks and feels great and gives the user a streamlined gaming experience without breaking the bank.

SteelSeries Rival 300S Review

SteelSeries Rival 500 Review

The SteelSeries Rival 500 breaks all boundaries when it comes to gaming with an all new 15 button layout.  SteelSeries have boasted that this will be the new gaming layout of the future giving the gamer a unique 15-button layout that is positioned in such a way that follows the contour and natural movement of the thumb.  With this in mind there should be no more aching thumb as you try and reach for one of the many thumb buttons. The bottom set of thumb buttons, in particular, are ergonomic and easy to use, allowing a simple flick down of the thumb giving you quick access.

Vibration rules with this gamer-centric mouse as you can add what is dubbed as ‘tactile alerts’ to your arsenal.  Now you can feel vibrations based on certain events which you control.

Classed as one of the best MOBA/MMO gaming mice to date the SteelSeries Rival 500 breaks boundaries and crushes opponents in one fell swoop.

SteelSeries Rival 500 Review

SteelSeries Rival 600 Review

This SteelSeries Rival 600 review serves as a brief guide to helping you choose the best SteelSeries mouse.  The SteelSeries Rival 600 has been dubbed by many as the ultimate gaming mouse with greater control over movement, weighting and comfort.

The silicone side grips give extra comfort, control and increased durability meaning longer gaming with less fatigue.

The weighting of the Rival 600 is where it really puts itself head and shoulders ahead of other gaming mice.  SteelSeries have boasted that the Rival 600 offers 256 weighting configurations allowing for ultimate balance and weighting depending on where you add the eight 4g weights.  Utilising all or none of the weights is completely under your control and gives the total weight of the mouse a range of between 96g to 128g.

Palm and claw grip players favour this mouse as it provides long lasting comfort for long and intense gameplay.

Hopefully this SteelSeries Rival 600 review gives you a more informed choice about which SteelSeries mouse to buy for your gaming needs.

SteelSeries Rival 600 Review

SteelSeries Rival 650 Wireless Review

The most reliable and durable wireless gaming mouse for the masses gives 10+ hours of gameplay in a single 15 minute charge so you can rejoin the action with minimal downtime and at full charge offers over 24 hours of non-stop gaming action.  Introducing the SteelSeries Rival 650 wireless edition.

1000Mhz lag-free gaming with the Exclusive Quantum Wireless system.  Along with the TrueMove3+ dual optical sensor you’ll have 1 to 1 tracking for ultimate control and instant lift off detection with two specialist sensors; the depth sensor allowing lift off detection down to 0.5mm and the primary sensor offering no acceleration, no tracking errors and zero lag.

SteelSeries Rival 650 Wireless Review

SteelSeries Rival 710 Review

It’s rare to find a truly immersive gaming mouse that ticks so many boxes.  

In-game stats are key to the SteelSeries Rival 710 and now with the OLED screen incorporated in the mouse you’re always up to date on stats and key game information without having to stray your eyes too far from the action.  Failing that you can just put a GIF on the side instead.

As always the sensors are above and beyond other gaming mice with the TrueMove3 optical sensor offering pinpoint accuracy and 1 to 1 tracking.

Customisation is key and with the Rival 710 you can create your own personal gaming mouse with it’s modular design with alternative sensors, cables and covers giving you a future-proof mouse.

The 32-bit ARM processor allows you to save configurations and settings, button remappings and lighting effects onboard meaning no more software to use at LAN events.

Tactile gaming comes into its own meaning that you can feel every alert such as reload triggers and cooldown alerts with vibrational feedback.

SteelSeries Rival 710 Review