SteelSeries Rival 650 Wireless mouse received TrueMove 3+ system with two sensors

SteelSeries Rival 650

SteelSeries introduced the Rival 650 Wireless mouse, designed for demanding gaming enthusiasts.

Device has a number of features: the Quantum Wireless system, which uses the 2.4 GHz band, provides a polling rate of 1000 Hz. Package included receiver with USB interface and USB cable for recharging. By the way, only 15 minutes of fast charging will be enough, as it is claimed, for more than 10 hours of operation of the manipulator.

Another feature is the TrueMove3+ system with two sensors. The main sensor has a resolution of up to 12,000 CPI (counts per inch); this can be changed in increments of 100 CPI. The sensor transmits movements to the screen with an accuracy of one to one.

The second sensor tracks the separation distance. "While most gaming mice determine the height of the separation, focusing only on the readings of the main sensor, Rival 650 presents a unique solution using a second sensor to achieve the most accurate definition of the height of the separation. You will never see random cursor movements when raising or lowering the mouse again, " the developer says.

The mouse is equipped with seven buttons and RGB-illumination with eight zones. It is also necessary to allocate the system of change of weight providing 256 weight configurations. The main switches are designed for 60 million clicks.

The SteelSeries Rival 650 Wireless mouse will be available for an estimated price of $120.
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