https://safirsoft.com SteelSeries introduces new Prime line of gaming peripherals

Editor's take: SteelSeries has launched a new line of gaming products designed with input and feedback from some of the best esports competitors in the world. Pricing isn't too bad, either, as the entry-level Prime gaming mouse will set you back less than $60.

The (mostly) no-frills Prime features a “battle-tested shape for sustained comfort” and tips the scales at just 69g in order to reduce hand fatigue when lifting. It packs a TrueMove Pro sensor rated for 18,000 CPI / 450 IPS / 50G and additionally offers single-zone RGB, on-board memory and customizable controls such as four pre-set polling rates.

https://safirsoft.com SteelSeries introduces new Prime line of gaming peripherals

The Prime+ uses a similar primary sensor, the TrueMove Pro+, but adds a secondary lift off sensor and full customizable on-board settings. Both also utilize magnetic optical switches rated for 100 million clicks that deliver what the company describes as a “crispy click.” The Prime+ weighs a touch more at 71g.

The Prime Wireless, meanwhile is a cable-free rodent that packs the features of the standard Prime pointer, but adds up to 100 hours of wireless battery life to the mix.

https://safirsoft.com SteelSeries introduces new Prime line of gaming peripherals

Last but certainly not least is the Arctis Prime, a new gaming headset featuring noise isolating leatherette ear cushions, a retractable Discord-certified ClearCast microphone, on-ear controls and a detachable 3.5mm cable. It is compatible with a range of platforms including the Xbox, PlayStation, Switch and PC.

Pricing is set at $59.99 for the Prime, $79.99 for the Prime+ and $129.99 for the Prime Wireless. The Arctis Prime gaming headset, meanwhile, commands $99.99. All are available to purchase from today over on SteelSeries’ website.

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