There are a few key things that keep PC gamers tethered to their desks, one of them being the awesomeness of having the "click clack" of a quality mechanical keyboard punctuate their gameplay. Impressive as they may be, laptops haven't been able to replicate that experience...yet. MSI to the rescue!
Motion control might not be great for precise gaming, but that doesn't mean that everything you do needs to be controlled by your hands. SteelSeries just announced its new eye-tracking Sentry, that watches where you're looking to help you get better at games.
SteelSeries' original Stratus—a compact game controller designed to complement pocket-friendly iOS devices like the iPhone—was revealed just a few months ago at CES. But the company is already rolling out an updated version that will appeal to anyone who felt cramped using the tiny original.
SteelSeries released a couple of new keyboards at CES called the Apex and Apex Raw that are targeted at the gaming community with 22 macro buttons, advanced anti-ghosting hardware, and light-up keys with 16.8 million different colors. But what's particularly neat is the included analyzation software that promises to…
Playing a sick racing game with a joystick just doesn't cut it. Like, at all. You need a wheel at the very least. They're usually big and will set you back hundreds. This won't do either.
The SteelSeries Shift isn't just a high quality gaming keyboard with programmable macros out the wazoo. Its real trick is accommodating specially-crafted keysets for games like WoW and Starcraft 2, transforming you into a wizard at any game you play.
This is the roundup of all the products we posted about before they were available to buy. However, these shiny new commodities have currently become... wait for it... Now Available!
We've long been fans of SteelSeries' PC gaming headsets, and now with the Spectrum 4xb and 5xb they're giving the Xbox 360 crowd something to wrap around their noggins.
Steelseries' 6Gv2 is no frills version of the clacky, all-mechanical, all-tank 7G gaming keyboard, with complete anti-ghosting (you can press many as keys as there on the keyboard simultaneously).
An outlier in PC gaming, SteelSeries' gear won't outglow Chernobyl. It's unassuming and utilitarian, like ThinkPads. They take themselves a little too seriously. But Xai is possibly the best ambidextrous gaming mouse I've ever used, despite the ridiculous HD gimmick.
Did you know it was gaming mouse season? It's the time of year when they come out of their Cheeto-packed burrows to mate. SteelSeries' Xai's mating call is its "high definition" sensor.
Not to be a prick, but I'm a better gamer than probably 80 percent of you. At any given first-person shooter, I will probably kill you more than you kill me, and by a decent margin. The point is, I'm good—but I'm no pro. I've actually always been skeptical about "pro" gaming gear, and the sliver of an edge you might…
Pro gaming gear maker SteelSeries was better known in a former life as Icemat, but they're moving forward under the steelier moniker to break into the mainstream US gaming market. Today they're launching their 7G pro gaming keyboard. It promises to "eliminate 'anti-ghosting'" by supporting as many simultaneous key…