SteelSeries' 2022 Aerox 3 wireless and wired mice are available now
The mice feature 100% virgin grade PTFE glide skates, just how gamers like 'em.
What you need to know
- SteelSeries' 2022 editions of the Aerox 3 wireless and wired mice are available now.
- The wireless version goes for $99 (EMEA €109.99, APAC $109.99), while the wired variant costs $59.99 (EMEA €69.99, APAC $69.99).
- Both mice feature RGB-radiating shells, 100% virgin grade PTFE glide skates, and an IP54 water-resistant AquaBarrier to protect from accidental GFuel spills.
SteelSeries has new 2022 editions of its Aerox 3 mice headed your way. You can grab the clicker in wired or wireless format, as well as the new "Snow" colorway.
As for what these mice bring to the table, prepare for 100% virgin grade PTFE glide skates, 3-zone RGB lighting, and an IP54 water-resistant AquaBarrier in case you're a gamer who's worried about accidental liquids mucking up your gear.
The wireless version promises 200 hours of play in its 2.4GHz and Bluetooth modes. It also has a TrueMove Air optical sensor, next-gen Golden Micro IP54 Switches, and Quantum 2.0 Dual Wireless for reliable signal stability.
The wired version comes in light at 59g (versus the wireless edition's 68g) and sports a USB-C soft super mesh cable to keep drag at a minimum.
Both mice are available in Snow and Onyx flavors, and can be bought right this very moment. The wireless Aerox 3 will cost you $99 (EMEA €109.99, APAC $109.99), while the wired alternative shaves a decent chunk of change off the price with its MSRP of $59.99 (EMEA €69.99, APAC $69.99). If you're not quite feeling these SteelSeries options, check out our best mouse roundup to see what else is on the market.
RGB lights, spill resistance, and virgin grade PTFE glide skates. Between those perks, the two color variants, and the option to go wireless, just about every gamer should find something of interest with the Aerox 3.
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