SteelSeries Rival 110 with Competition-Ready TrueMove1 Sensor

👤by Michael Pabia Comments 📅26.09.2017 23:02:00

Press Release


SteelSeries introduces the new Rival 110 gaming mouse featuring the TrueMove1 Sensor thatís co-designed with Pixart. The TrueMove1 is as accurate as the TrueMove3 which is found in the Rival 310 and Sensei 310, but features a lower maximum in counts per inch (CPI) and inches per second (IPS).

Watch the Rival 110 Introduction Video below:


Competition-Ready TrueMove1 Sensor


TrueMove1 Sensor is a 7,200 CPI, 240 IPS original, optical sensor that SteelSeries built with sensor industry leader, PixArt. It combines advanced jitter reduction with an ultra-low signal to response latency, to provide true 1 to 1 tracking at eSport CPIs. The Rival 110 is the first ever gaming mouse to feature this sensor thatís engineered for competitive gaming.

SteelSeries Rival 110


The Rival 110 is the newest member of the Rival line featuring ergonomic six-button universal design with guaranteed comfort for all grip styles. All the mouse buttons are competition-grade and offer a strong and consistent feel. It features on-board memory so gamers can save their settings directly to the mouse and a soft resistance-free rubber cable.

The durable texture on both sides of the Rival 110 provide maximum grip. It was built with lightweight and ultra-durable materials to reduce the weight of the mouse to 87.5g, allowing for fast and natural hand movement. The Rival 110 also features RGB illuminated on the scroll wheel and logo with incredible lighting options as well as settings customisation through SteelSeries Engine.

Pricing and Availability
The SteelSeries Rival 110 gaming mouse is now available at the SteelSeries website with an MSRP of £34.99.

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