On January 21st, SteelSeries released three gaming peripherals – The Mouse Rival 3, keyboard Apex 3 and Apex 5. The first is Rival 3, which is a cost-effective electric mouse, supports RGB (Logo and bottom light band), weighs only 77g, and is equipped with the new sensor TrueMove Core, supports 8500CPI, micro-life of up to 60 million times, can store 5 custom files, Users can customize with the free software SteelSeries Engine.
Rival 3 costs $39.99
Then there is the Apex 3 keyboard, equipped with 10 area RGB lighting, support IP32 waterproof performance, shaft suppliers have not announced, but the official said its quiet and durable, life of up to 20 million times, the keyboard comes with a magnetic suction wristrest, back cable support three-way line, the upper right corner of the keyboard comes with a rotary switch.
Apex 3 costs $69.99
Finally, the Apex 5 mechanical keyboard is equipped with a hybrid shaft body, both a film keyboard smoothness and mechanical keyboard paragraph feel, but also standard magnetic suction wrist holder, aluminum housing, OELD small screen (can display custom content or notifications) and roller-type switches.
Apex 3 costs $119.99