First on the Rival 3 mouse. It weighs only 77 g, features some of the brightest RGB from SteelSeries, and includes a new sensor, the TrueMove Core. The 8,500 CPI sensor has a true 1 to 1 tracking, so the movements replicate perfectly on the screen. This is a great business for a mouse that costs only $ 30; At this price, most companies use standard desktop sensors.
Then there are the keyboards for Apex 3 and Apex 5 games, for sale at $ 50 and $ 100 respectively. While both are more affordable than the Apex Pro and Apex 7 SteelSeries lines, they actually share many similar features. The design is almost identical, for starters, with the Apex 5 using the same aluminum chassis and OLED screen, and both with similar wrist rests. The Apex 3 uses the company’s new silent game switches and is waterproof, while the Apex 5 combines mechanical and membrane switches for a unique hybrid switch. The entire line, which does a good job of closing the gap between basic peripheral technology and premium equipment, is available worldwide now.