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Steelseries Rival 650

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$100.39

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Shape:

Ergonomic – Right-handed

DPI:

12000

Weight (g):

121

Description

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Pro Players

Name Game Team
fl0m CSGO Mythic
Gotaga Fortnite Team Vitality

Steelseries Rival 650 Specifications

General

Brand Steelseries

Design

Weight (g) 121
Optional Weight 32
Shape Ergonomic – Right-handed
Grip Claw, Fingertip, Palm
Backlighting RGB
Lighting Zones 8 zones

Sensor

Sensor SteelSeries TrueMove3+ Dual Sensor System
Sensor Technology TrueMove 3 Optical Gaming Sensor, Depth Sensing Linear Optical Detection
Minimum DPI 100
Maximum DPI 12000
Polling Rate (Hz) 1000
Wired Polling Rate (Hz) 1000
Wireless Polling Rate (Hz) 1000
Hardware Acceleration None
Maximum Acceleration (G) 50
Liftoff Distance (mm) Customizable, 0.5?2?

Buttons

Buttons 7
Button Switches SteelSeries Switch

Dimensions

Length (mm) 131
Width (mm) 69
Height (mm) 43

Connection

Connectivity Wireless
Cable Type Detachable, Soft Rubber
Cable Length (m) 2
Wireless Technology Quantum Wireless

Features

Features Dedicated secondary depth sensor for instant lift off detection, Swappable Pixart 9800 Laser Sensor, Swappable Rival 700/710 Top Cover Pack, Printable 3-D Nameplate

Others

Requirements Windows, Mac, and Linux. USB port required, SteelSeries Engine 3.12.13, for Windows (7 or newer) and Mac OSX (10.8 or newer)
Package Contents Rival 650 Wireless Gaming Mouse, USB Wireless Transmitter, USB Data/Charging Cable, Extension Adapter, Weight Accessories Case, Eight 4-gram Weights, Product Information Guide

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Andrew is a lifetime gamer and a former amateur esports player. He has worked as the manager for teams such as the New York Excelsior and the Los Angeles Gladiators. Andrew has been mentioned in ESPN, Inven, The Ringer and other esports magazines and journals. andrew@gearrate.com