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SteelSeries Diablo III Headset and Mouse

Posted in gaming accessories by Reuben Drake on June 10th, 2011

SteelSeries has just unveiled the Diablo III mouse, headset and mousepads. The Diablo III headset features the same retractable microphone, overhead suspension design and 50mm drivers as the Siberia V2, but it has a few design tweaks thrown in.

The Diablo III headset is priced up at $119.99 and comes with a matte-black finish, in-line volume and mute controls, a braided cord and some neat ‘demon red’ illuminations thanks to 18 LED lights. The Diablo III mouse features 7 ergonomically positioned buttons, a laser sensor with up to 5,000 CPI and also has the ‘demon red’ illuminations. If you want you can also remap the seven buttons. Just $69.99.

SteelSeries Siberia v2 headset for PS3

Posted in PS3 by Conner Flynn on March 2nd, 2011

SteelSeries has announced the Siberia v2 for PS3 headset for serious gamers. This headset is for the PS3, but will still play nice with other platforms like the Xbox 360, PC and Mac. It features comfortable leather earcups for those long hours of gaming, impressive audio reproduction for optimal directional sounds, and independent audio/voice volume.

It uses lightweight material, so your ears will be comfortable for the duration of your gaming session and 50mm driver units will deliver superior sound reproduction. The SteelSeries Siberia v2 for PS3 will arrive in the third quarter for $119.99.

MMO keyset for SteelSeries’ Shift keyboard

Posted in Keyboards by Conner Flynn on November 18th, 2010

If you own a SteelSeries Shift keyboard, then chances are that your game is on it’s A level. And with World of Warcraft: Cataclysm just three weeks away from release, SteelSeries has rolled out an MMO keyset that lets you enjoy the game without having to fork out more dough for another dedicated MMO keyboard.

If you already own the Shift keyboard, this is a great option. It will be compatible with all of the macros you programmed. For $24.99 instead of a new mmo keyboard price.

SteelSeries WoW Cataclysm gaming mouse

Posted in Mouse by Conner Flynn on October 14th, 2010

SteelSeries is back with a “Cataclysm” mouse to celebrate the upcoming expansion to the world’s biggest MMO. The mouse has 14 programmable buttons that can handle 130+ preset commands, and the ability to store 10 character profiles in software and one in the mouse itself.

The mouse is also Mac friendly and the software also controls the LED lights running down the back and “four different pulsation levels”. In other words, it has pretty lights and they are shiny. The mouse will retail for $100 in December, launching at the same time as World of Warcraft: Cataclysm.

SteelSeries StarCraft II Limited Edition ZBoard Keyset

Posted in Keyboards by Conner Flynn on January 9th, 2010

SteelSeries has teamed up with Blizzard for a StarCraft II Limited Edition ZBoard Keyset. The design is of course based on the upcoming StarCraft II title and features artwork from the game and a layout that will help you kick ass in said game.

Some features include one-touch macros and the ability to customize each key. It will cost you $24.99 when the game itself becomes available. hat’s about all the info we have on this one.

SteelSeries offers limited edition mouse and mouse pad

Posted in Computer Components by Shane McGlaun on December 4th, 2009

steelsereisikarimouse-sgIt’s Christmas time and gamers around the world are asking Santa for new gaming gear for their computers. That means it’s a good time of year to offer limited edition items like mice and mouse pads for gamers to drool over.

SteelSeries has announced a limited edition version of the Ikari laser gaming mouse and QcK mouse pad celebrating the Sudden Attack video game. The mouse isn’t really branded with anything from the game; it simply sports a green and black camo pattern on top. The mouse has an LCD for viewing settings and can record macros. Each mouse sold has its own camo pattern.

SteelSeries Adapter connects PC headphones to iPhone

Posted in Mobile Accessories by Shane McGlaun on December 2nd, 2009

steelseriesmobiledeviceadapThere are lots of portable devices like phones and MP3 players that feature a 3.5mm headphone jack. The iPhone and iPod touch are two notable devices with 3.5mm jacks. Headphones that connect to computers have 3.5mm jacks as well.

The problem is that PC headphones have individual connectors for the headphones and mic so you can’t use them with the iPhone and take advantage of the microphone for VOIP. SteelSeries has announced a new adapter called the SteelSeries Adapter for mobile devices.

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SteelSeries unveils Xai laser gaming mouse

Posted in Computer Components by Shane McGlaun on July 27th, 2009

steelseries_xai_laser-sbIf you like to play games, odds are you long ago retired that junk mouse that come with your computer and opted for a gaming mouse. If you haven’t, what’s wrong with you? That 800 dpi mouse that shipped with your computer isn’t up to gaming whether you realize it or not.

SteelSeries has announced a new mouse for gamers called the Xai laser gaming mouse. The mouse is designed with a shape, size, and weight to help gamers get an advantage over their competition. The mouse was designed in cooperation with pro gamers says SteelSeries.

Limited Edition World of Warcraft keyboard

Posted in Keyboards by Conner Flynn on November 12th, 2008

Limited Edition World of Warcraft KeyboardWhen it comes to WoW, it seems like gamers can never have enough extra buttons and keys despite the fact that they only possess two hands. Hot on the heels of the SteelSeries gaming mouse, comes this Limited Edition World of Warcraft Keyboard for $69.99. Or as Amazon calls it, the “SteelSeries Zboard Limited-Edition Wrath of the Lich King Bundle with Zboard Keyboard, Keyset, and Standard Qwerty Keyset”. Phew. That’s a mouthful. Let’s face it, you are playing to kick ass. This keyboard should help you kick ass and take names.

It comes packed with features that give it optimal performance in the WoW game with specific keys assigned for Raiding and Player vs. Player (PvP) gameplay, strategic placement of color-coded labeled keys, one-touch macros for frequent commands like roll, duel and invite. It also allows for 7 simultaneous keystrokes, as opposed to the industry standard of 2-4. Order one today and it will come with such bonus features as “avoiding real people…failing to shower funk sensor…Cheeto resistant keys….and more. Ok, I made that last bit up.

SteelSeries WoW MMO gaming mouse: Never leave the house again

Posted in Mouse by Conner Flynn on October 11th, 2008

SteelSeries WoW MMO gaming mouseWrath of the Lich King is coming and SteelSeries wants to make sure you drop out of the human race for a good long time. The mouse features 15 programmable buttons and a new in-game configuration utility that lets you graphically assign the buttons where you need them and save different profiles. You can also choose what color you want those LEDs down the back to be.The laser mouse will be available on November 13th to coincide with the Lich King launch, for “under $100.”

SteelSeries does gaming bundle for female gamers

Posted in Controllers by Nino Marchetti on July 7th, 2008

SteelSeries Iron.Lady Bundle

Professional gaming gear manufacturer is making available a new bundle for all those lady gamers out there. It is called the Iron.Lady Bundle and you’ll find it pricing around $100.

The SteelSeries Iron.Lady Bundle consists of a special SteelSeries mouse, mouse pad and branded wristband. The mouse is one of the company’s Ikari mice. It operates at 1,000Hz and allows for hardware-based counts per inch (CPI) adjustments in increments of one, allowing for “precise adjustments…with a small LCD screen located on the bottom of the device which displays CPI.”

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SteelSeries 7G gaming keyboard may be the last gaming keyboard you ever buy

Posted in Keyboards by Shane McGlaun on May 5th, 2008

SteelSeries 7G KeyboardWhen it comes to gaming keyboards I am used to seeing fancy LCD screens and colorful backlighting and the latest from SteelSeries offers neither of those. The only thing you will probably miss during a late night gaming session is the backlighting.

The new SteelSeries 7G keyboard could well be the last keyboard you ever buy. Rather than membrane keys that wear out after only 1-5 million key strokes the 7G uses mechanical switches that promise a life span 10 times longer at 50 million keystrokes. Hopefully the printed letters and symbol on the key tops will last that long as well.