Steelseries Rival 650 Wireless Gaming Mouse

Posted on the 26 February 2019 by Jdymisster @jdymisster
SteelSeries took its Rival 600 Gaming Mouse, cut the cord and added a battery to create the SteelSeries Rival 650 Wireless mouse. Like the Rival 600, the Rival 650 Wireless boasts two sensors (one for tracking movement and another for detecting lift-off from your mousing surface) seven buttons, eight-zone RGB lighting, and an adjustable weight system. So, what’s different other than the lack of a wire? For one, the battery required to power the mouse adds a not insignificant amount of weight to the mouse.
For another, the wireless freedom adds to the bill, but it still costs less than the stellar but expensive Logitech G Pro Wireless Gaming Mouse. Let’s get to it and see how the Rival 650 Wireless performs in action and how it stacks up against its wireless rival from Logitech.
SteelSeries Rival 650 Wireless – Design and Features
Minus the cord, the Rival 650 Wireless is identical to the Rival 600 Gaming Mouse. It features a soft-touch plastic finish on the side grips and palm rest, and the left and right mouse buttons have a matte finish and a gentle concave shape that cradles each of your mousing fingers. The rubberized scroll wheel offers a pleasing, notched movement, and behind it sits a button to adjust the DPI sensitivity.

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