If you have the desire to own a capable gaming mouse that not only looks the part but actually performs well in-game and do not wish to spend a ridiculous amount of money, the new SteelSeries Rival 110 happens to be a perfect candidate. Priced affordably at just £39.99, the new Rival 110 comes packing a punch with the company's TrueMove1 sensor.
This new TrueMove1 sensor is stated to be as accurate as the company's TrueMove3 sensor found in more expensive Rival mice but takes a hit in maximum counts per inch (CPI) and inches per second (IPS) tracking numbers. Just like the more premium sensor, the TrueMove1 was also developed in partnership with Pixart, meaning this will be one accurate companion.
As well as the in-house developed sensor, SteelSeries also opted to include a total of six buttons, onboard memory for storing profiles, as well as RGB lighting. There's also support for SteelSeries Engine for altering just how the scroll wheel and logo light up in the dark.
The Rival 110 is available now for $39.99, though stock may be limited at participating retailers as the mouse rolls out. There's always the SteelSeries official website as a backup.
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