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  • SteelSeries Rival Optical Gaming Mouse
  • SteelSeries Rival Optical Gaming Mouse
  • SteelSeries Rival Optical Gaming Mouse
  • SteelSeries Rival Optical Gaming Mouse
  • SteelSeries Rival Optical Gaming Mouse
  • SteelSeries Rival Optical Gaming Mouse
  • SteelSeries Rival Optical Gaming Mouse

SteelSeries

SteelSeries Rival Optical Gaming Mouse

SteelSeries

SteelSeries Rival Optical Gaming Mouse

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  • Configurable resolution up to 6,500 CPI
  • Soft touch paint, large rubber grips for maximum comfort and lift
  • Maximum personalization with 16.8 million colors and two zones
  • Cloud synced profiles
  • Quickset actions stored onboard
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A fantastic mouse for FPS and general use; Optical is greatI truly am impressed with this mouse. It's been about 9-10 years since I last used an optical mouse, and wow... I guess you could say I forgot what I was missing. That's not to say that Laser is bad; and maybe it was just my mouse, but I was using a Logitech G700 for at least the last 6 years before it finally broke. And the G700 isn't necessarily a "cheap" or low quality mouse either. I felt it did it's job quite well, until I got my hands on this Rival.I originally bought my G700 because I was heavily into WoW at the time. The extra buttons were essential in a game like that. Unfortunately, I've been 'retired' from that game for the last year or so, but still rocked my G700 as I moved back to FPS games (CSGO & Battlefield primarily). Again, it seemed to do it's job. But then it broke, and started double-clicking on a single click. I did a little research, and decided on the Rival. I wanted to see what Optical was like again, and what it might do - if anything - to my FPS game.I don't want to say a single piece of hardware improved my game, but, it improved my game. No doubt. My control and accuracy absolutely feels better. Even just basic control on the desktop is noticeably more satisfying. It just feels GOOD.Also worth noting that I have large hands, and it feels great in my palm. It's lightweight, or at least, it feels much lighter than the G700 I was using. And I like it.And for what it's worth, Steelseries' software isn't bad either. Nice customization and control over the device.5I'm done with Razer, SteelSeries has officially won my business.Lovely mouse, I got this to replace a Razer DeathAdder. I've had DeathAdders for a while, they're great mice, but while the mouse itself is good the software Razer peddles along with it is terrible. It's buggy and it has some particularly annoying behaviors if you're on a Mac.(Until recently I used DeathAdders on my Mac laptop and my gaming rig.)The SteelSeries Engine software is much nicer. The button customization is much clearer with really good macro support. It also has one real killer feature over Razer's offering: It doesn't make you create an account. I did, because I chose to, but it was explicitly not required. They didn't ask me to. I installed the software and it was just working. I then created an account so I could backup/sync the settings. I don't mind using cloud features for things, I just like the choice, thank you.In terms of comfort, I like this better than the DeathAdder. The "hump" is further back and somehow that feels nicer in my hand when I palm the mouse. Works just fine if you use the claw, too. Now, I'm a guy and have normal to large male hands. But I also handed it over to one of my coworkers who a tiny asian lady. She too found it more comfortable for the same reasons. Well done, SteelSeries!Beyond that... The gaming stuff they talk about is as accurate as I can tell. It's a very accurate mouse, I can't perceive any lag. It has a very nice feel.At this point I'm sticking with SteelSeries. Both are good companies, and frankly either will serve you well, but I just really like the combination of high quality mouse with high quality software.5The top shell is new, but not the grip.I specifically bought this refurbished Rival for the bumpier grip texture. However, the grip came used and you can tell. A major problem with the Steelseries Xai and Rival Vanilla is that the rubber coating/grip has a perfect day one feel which quickly starts wearing away. The feet are also not rounded from the center like you should see on a brand new Rival Vanilla(they are slightly round at the edge compared to the Rival 300's flat skate). Further, the left click feels too tight and could be enough of a problem on its own.I also got to point out this strange bug I didn't yet solve that was referenced in another review:"Mouse can't tell the difference between single left click and middle click. 9 out of 10 times when single left clicking chrome tabs, it thinks im hitting the middle click to close the tab. Will be getting a replacement, or refund for different."So, I am disappointed I didn't buy brand new and haven't seen a review touch on any of these refurbished product issues. Also, Steelseries is releasing a Rival 300S to replace the Rival 300, but I guess I still hold nostalgia for the bumpy grip on the Rival Vanilla and round-from-the-center feet.1... the main features people look for in researching the best mouse they should invest their money inI will be breaking down a few of the main features people look for in researching the best mouse they should invest their money in. These will include the comfort, performance, and materials used in manufacturing and how they have lasted after extended use (I have used my SS Rival for about 10 months). Let's get into it shall we...First, let's talk about the performance of this mouse. Outstanding, to put it into a one word answer. This mouse, even after months of use, is still performing top-notch as it did out of the box when it first arrived on my doorstep. The tracking is something to smile over, and the responsiveness and precision is spot on with what you would expect in a gaming mouse. No problems or complaints whatsoever on this aspect of the mouse.Now the materials. The material used on the mouse is also nice, but can leave behind some sweat stains after extended use. The rubber grip on the side, particularly where my thumb sits (and sweats) has been reduced to a smooth worn down remnant of what it once, and now gets "gummy" and liquified after long play sessions. However, to fix this issue, I just put a piece of black electrical tape over it, and boom, problem solved. Doesn't look pretty, but hey, I can't complain. The ghetto-rigged electrical tape and sweat stains are a sign of the bondage we've amassed through our times together, like a grizzled warrior and his trusty sword.The mouse is very comfortable. I have large hands, and I use a claw-ish fingertip grip. Palm grip users should be comfortable using this mouse too, and as for fingertip grip, if your hands are larger than 7 inches in length, go for it. There may be a grace period of getting used to it, like when you buy a new car, it takes a little bit to accustom yourself to the feel of it. This mouse has daily driver comfort all over it.A few more things before I wrap up, the SteelSeries switches used for the LMB and RMB are awesome. They are not easily pressed, and require some force to actuate, but are not too hard to press, and I love them. The side button placement could be better, to say the least, depending on your grip and hand size of course. Needless to say they do feel good to press, and actuation is quick and responsive.All in all, 5 stars. Yes, the materials start to wear down after some use, but my rating is all about performance. Not only has this mouse performed excellent with tracking and precision on day one, but after months and months and months of use, there have been no issues hindering its performance, and no parts have fallen off. In my mind, this is what makes a great mouse. After this one goes, and I shed a tear, and lay it to rest, I will be buying yet another SS Rival.5SteelSeries Rival seems to be the best optical mouse around at the momentSteelSeries Rival seems to be the best optical mouse around at the moment. It's a right handed mouse that feels pretty well for use with all three grip types (claw, palm, fingertip). I came from a Logitech G602 and G700 because they had a 2 year lifespan before pieces conked out. Also, although the Logitech software appeared to be very innovative, it was very invasive and many a time I found it to not make much sense. The Rival however, is much different.Being an optical mouse, the SteelSeries Rival will pretty much only work with a mousepad (god forbid you're not using one) so if you think you can jump on your bed and just use it on the comforter, you'll find that it won't work. This mouse, being very accurate, is made with the FPS player in mind. I've found that it lives up to its reputation: it's very accurate. I've found no other mouse that can match this accuracy. Paired with its minimal appearance, minimal features, ergonomics, and SteelSeries software, I believe it's the best mouse for FPS players.The mouse has two side buttons so if you're coming from a G700 (4 side buttons) or G602 (6 side buttons), you might find it lacking. I doubt you even used those buttons anyways, but it would be useless to compare a utility mouse with a performance mouse. The Rival also has a button under the scroll wheel which switches between two DPI presets. The limitation of this is that you can only set two DPI presets, but I can't imagine why you would need more than two anyways. The scroll wheel does NOT have side to side scrolling like some mice (G700) do. However, I've found that this scroll wheel performs very well compared to other mice. The Rival's scroll wheel doesn't scroll smoothly, it scrolls in "clicks" or "intervals" which I believe is best, but it is a matter of preference. There is NOT any thumb rest or pinky rest on this mouse.The software for the SteelSeries Rival is not nearly as invasive as Logitech software. It's very simple and if you own multiple SteelSeries products, they can all be managed in the same application. The software is very intuitive and lets you configure settings of your mouse that you may not have seen before. The basics are covered: you can change button functions, DPI/CPI, and macros. More advanced settings include mouse acceleration, angle snapping, and polling rate. I play a lot of old games, and some of them won't work at all unless the polling rate is below a certain value, but with this software I can easily manage that.tl;dr no contest. Great mouse for performance. If you're looking for utility, look at the G602 or G700.5Soft quiet button press, excellent tactile feelIt took me a while to find a mouse that has a quieter click with less travel, and I finally found this one after trying out many of them in the store. Not all of the SteelSeries have the same nice tactile feel as the Rival model, since the other SteelSeries mouse next to it had the annoying loud click just like 99% of the mice on the market. The Razer mouse also has the annoying loud click with long travel. This is because almost all of them use the same Omron microswitch. There are many articles on the web about modding the Omron microswitch to bend the metal tab to make them more responsive and quiet with a softer touch. I'm glad that I don't have to mess with the internals. The click on this Rival model is somewhere halfway in between the typical mouse, and the Microsoft Sculpt Comfort mouse. I wish that mouse manufacturers would pay attention to all those microswitch modding articles on the web -- there is a reason that people are prying these things open to get rid of the annoying click and extra force required. SteelSeries got it right on this model!5Good quality experience with poor quality materialsI have owned this mouse for 2 years now and my biggest complaint would be its materials. The polymer where my thumb holds it is breaking away under the pressure and friction and it has gotten so bad lately that I can easily scrape it off. It also feels soft in this area--not in a good way. There is a lot of mouse button room for your fingers if you have the hands of a giant but I found it easy enough to hold with my pseudo-claw grip. The buttons on the side were, for me, in the perfect spot for use. The mouse isn't the most comfortable for my hand in particular but I haven't really done anything to remedy this or buy a new mouse and I've survived these two years. I buy things that I want to keep for as long as they'll work, but it looks like I'll have to replace this soon since the side is deteriorating more rapidly as time progresses. If you buy things for life, I'd look at another mouse. But while it may have been cheaper materials, it did the job well.3Awesome Mouse for Everyday UseI've been using this mouse for about two weeks now and I do not use this mouse for gaming, just every day use. My everyday use includes internet browsing or working on papers or projects for school. Once in a while I use my computer for gaming, but do not require a gaming mouse. I could use any mouse for the kind gaming I'm into.I love the mouse as it performs very well. My cursor glides over my screen flawlessly. I purchased this mouse along with the SteelSeries QcK Gaming Mouse Pad (Black). These two products seem to work perfectly with each other and I could not be more happy with my purchases. They were a big step up from the old dell mouse I had been using for over 6 years.This mouse is not only is fast but has convenient functions. My favorite is the two buttons on the side of the mouse that can take you backwards and forwards to pages while internet browsing. It is nearly silent when scrolling and the clicking noises are not bothersome. Not only is it convenient, but it is stylish. Being able to change the color of the logo on the mouse is pretty cool, although I leave mine the original red color.The fit for my hand is perfectly fine and I have unusually small hands. At first I believed the mouse would be way too big for my tiny hands, but it is very comfortable.I love the fact that is is wired as I hate dealing with replacing batteries.This mouse shipped to me in two business days and I ordered it with standard shipping so obviously I was ecstatic about that.Overall, this mouse is awesome and I could not of picked a better mouse for my specific needs.5Small Hands FailureI have to admit this is the first gaming mouse I've ever used. I've had it about 6 months and unlike the Steel Series keyboards its easy to set up and I only had to reset the colors about a dozen times before they actually stayed how I set it. Not that colors are that important but I figure if its there I expect it to work. The Inches per second can be set easily and there is a button on the top of the mouse to switch between a slow setting for web browsing and a high setting for gaming. The settings are entirely up to the user. For example I use 2500 for web browsing and 6500 for gaming. At 2500 the range of movement is slower and wider, so it might take 6 inches of movement left or right to reach the edges of your viewing area. At 6500 the same distance is traveled in total movement of about an inch. So the high speed is twitchy and if you are a non gamer this is not the mouse for you. That being said, the reason for only 3 stars is the mouse works sometimes and sometimes it doesn't work. The problem is not that its defective in my opinion. The issue is that this mouse is not meant for someone with a small hand. For example. Look at where you hand is on your current mouse. Does the heel of you hand rest on your desk top and in that position where are your finger tips in relation to the button? You may notice that your finger tips are well past the half way point of the button. On this mouse the left and right buttons on the top are quite long, but the switch activation only occurs when the front of the button is depressed ( front being the end the cord is coming out ). Now since I can't do anything about the length of my fingers, I had to buy an ergonomic mouse pad that has a cushion area that my wrist rests on. This forces my hand to sit higher over the top of the mouse and allows my fingers to depress the top buttons so they work 80% of the time. There are also 2 buttons on the left side of the mouse that are meant to be activated with your thumb. The front one is out of reach and the back requires some extreme contortions of my thumb to get at it.3Damage side rubber.The mouse is very great when it first came out of the package. It works nicely, does what it supposed to do. However, I do not recommend the mouse for long term usage. If you check out the pictures I took, both sides of the rubber on the mouse are dull. My grip is no longer firm on the mouse unless I placed my thumb finger somewhere else where the side material is not damage yet.I purchased this mouse for less than a year. I doubt it even reached 8 months yet.I used this mouse daily, several hours for one day, for game, for school, for work, for everything, which is why I want a long lasting product. For the price, this one doesn't last that long in term of outside appearance and grip.I purchased the mouse in Walmart.4
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