SteelSeries Rival 600 Review

👤by Matthew Hodgson Comments 📅13-03-18
Closer Look (Continued)
The underside of the mouse houses three decent-sized PTFE pads to ensure the mouse moves freely, but the main point of focus is the sensors in the centre. The smaller, rectangular slot is the depth sensor, used exclusively to detect the distance between the mouse and the surface, whereas the TrueMove3+ optical sensor is located in the larger aperture.

The weights arrive in a small silicone pocket, handy for keeping them safe.

Those weights are then used in a clever way, letting the user utilise the weights to alter the balance of the mouse or the overall weight, or both. There are 256 weight options altogether. The side pieces are held in place, securely, by a system of magnets while the weights are locked into position using the grip of silicone alone; even after an extensive “earthquake scenario testing procedure” (shaking the mouse as hard as you can without the side piece in place) the weights remained locked in place.

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