The best Steelseries mouses

Which Steelseries mouse to buy? If you are looking for new Steelseries mouses, we present you the best mouses that you will find in the market that adapt to your needs and budget.

SteelSeries - SteelSeries Rival 700

SteelSeries Rival 700

SteelSeries Rival 700: a high-end over-equipped mouse

Introduced in early 2016, the Rival 700 was already in our hands last spring, before it returned to the manufacturer without us having had time to fully evaluate it. Its launch was indeed delayed by several months, which allowed SteelSeries to refine its new high-end mouse and improve the support for its specific functions in games. A year later, let's see what this mouse is worth which is distinguished by its Oled screen and its small vibrator.

Price

~166€


SteelSeries - SteelSeries Sensei 310

SteelSeries Sensei 310

Sensei 310: SteelSeries renews its famous ambidextrous mouse

SteelSeries renews its famous ambidextrous mouse, the Sensei. A delicate operation which leaves no room for error as the previous version is appreciated by the players; it is no coincidence that some manufacturers have adopted its design for their own mice (Dream Machines DM1 Pro S, Nixeus Revel ...). If the Danish manufacturer retains the DNA of the original Sensei, it has however completely revised its copy.

Price

~43€


SteelSeries - SteelSeries Rival 500

SteelSeries Rival 500

SteelSeries Rival 500: a mouse dedicated to Moba and MMO

SteelSeries completes its Rival mouse series with a newcomer thought this time for MMO and Moba. Imposing, the Rival 500 relies on its numerous buttons (15 in total) and its vibration notification system to stand out from the competition, without encroaching on the flowerbeds of other Rival mice.

Price

~116€