What’s the main thing you look at while PC gaming? Besides the monitor. And the keyboard. And the random things on your desk. And the window near your desk. And the ceiling. That’s right—your mouse. That’s why SteelSeries put a small OLED screen on theirs, I guess.
There are a few key things that keep PC gamers tethered to their desks, one of them being the awesomeness of having the "click clack" of a quality mechanical keyboard punctuate their gameplay. Impressive as they may be, laptops haven't been able to replicate that experience...yet. MSI to the rescue!
SteelSeries launched its Siberia v2 gaming headset back in 2009, and for five years I've not been able to attend a gaming function without seeing them everywhere. Now the peripheral maker has announced a four model family of next-gen Siberias, ready to proliferate supernaturally this holiday season.
All the age of controller-enabled iOS gaming has given us so far is a pair of wraparound shell controllers that only work with newer iPhones or iPod Touches. Where's the iPad love? SteelSeries brings the iPad love with the Stratus — the first official wireless gaming controller for iOS 7.
Real Racing 3 launches in North America tomorrow, and fans won't need to drop a single red cent on the third installment of Firemonkeys' console-quality racer if they don't want to. That'll free them up to spend $100 on the special Real Racing 3 edition of SteelSeries Flux headset.
Nothing this small should work as well as the SteelSeries Free Mobile Controller does. Years of development have resulted in a tiny, pocket-sized controller that had me overlooking its small stature the moment I started playing a compatible game.
This past Monday I sat down with SteelSeries chief marketing officer Kim Rom at a local cafe to eat barbecue pork sandwiches and check out the company's new Freedom to Play line of mobile gaming products. As Rom explained the intricate details of the Free Mobile Wireless Controller I got further in Temple Run than I…
Guild Wars 2 launches in the wee hours of the morning tomorrow, and I am almost completely prepared. I've got my collector's edition. I've got my caffeine. I've got SteelSeries' gorgeous mouse and headset combo. Let me tell you about those last two before performing an emergency formatting of my hard drive and then…
In 2007 my older sister was diagnosed with breast cancer. She went through hell fighting against the malignant neoplasm — radiation, chemotherapy, a mastectomy, follow-up surgeries and reconstruction. She won her battle eventually, but the process was painful for the entire family. It's safe to say I hate breast…
As I prepare to spend Tuesday through eternity putting Diablo III through its paces, SteelSeries sent along a care package of diabolical PC accessories to help make the most of the experience. Red glow abounds!
As a PC gamer that enjoys getting my hands on the latest hardware, the most exciting feature of MSi's new GT70 laptop should be the 2.3GHz Core i7-3610QM quad-core Ivy Bridge CPU or its ridiculously speedy storage solution, a combination of a 7,200RPM 750GB hard drive and a pair of Samsung 64GB solid state drives.
For any PC racing enthusiast that's ever craved a high-end steering wheel setup but lacked the money / motivation / room to set one up, SteelSeries' Simraceway SRW-S1 Steering Wheel is the answer to all of your problems, and the cause of a couple new ones.
The annual Consumer Electronics Show is the time for gaming peripheral makers to shine, and not many are quite as shiny as SteelSeries. They're doing up CES 2012 big with a tiny Bluetooth gamepad, some travel-friendly headsets, and mice, mice, mice.
Getting the most out of a high-end PC racing game normally involves a bulky simulated steering wheel and a pair of foot pedals hidden under a computer desk. As you can see, the Simraceway SRW-S1 Steering Wheel is anything but normal.
I've been rolling and scrolling with a SteelSeries World of Warcraft MMO Gaming Mouse on and off since 2008, scoffing at the baby hands of visitors that complained my pointing device was just too big. Turns out they might have been onto something.
In World of Warcraft a legendary item is a piece of equipment of extreme rarity and power, a virtual status symbol for those that harness its powers. In SteelSeries gaming mouse parlance, legendary means cheaper with fewer buttons.
I've often wondered what drives a person to shell out upwards of two hundred dollars for a high quality gaming headset instead of simply plugging in a pair of cheap ear buds or turning the television down really low. As one might imagine, I'm not much of an audiophile.