The SteelSeries Arctis 1 Wireless offers an elegant design with solid audio, but at a cheaper price than many other cable-free gaming headsets.
The SteelSeries Arctis 5 is a strong gaming headset with extensive software suite and a ChatMix dial. It also does well as a general headset with great audio settings for music and film.
If you're willing to overlook a less-than-stellar cable, you'd be hard-pressed to find a better entry-level gaming mouse than the SteelSeries Rival 3.
SteelSeries upped its game with the Sensei Ten without relying on gimmicky features or luxuries that would’ve greatly increased the price.
There's a great package crammed into the SteelSeries Arctis 1, considering its budget price. But there are better-sounding headsets that are similarly priced.
It's a big outlay that SteelSeries is asking for with their top-of-the-range Arctis, but for the money you're showered with premium features that assuage any buyer's remorse.
SteelSeries budget-priced gaming mouse strikes a good balance between price, comfort, and good performance.
SteelSeries released the wireless Rival 650 mouse, which can get 10 hours of battery life from 15 minutes of charging, alongside the wired Rival 710 mouse.
The most basic aspects of the SteelSeries Arctis 5 gaming headset, from its sound quality and comfort to its built-in microphone, have all been excellent.
The SteelSeries Siberia 200 is a lower priced version of the Siberia v2. We put this gaming headset through our test bed in the Tom's Hardware German lab.
At around $250, SteelSeries' Siberia 800 wireless gaming headset is certainly not an affordable entry-level solution. It's top-end. But is the hardware built to match?
SteelSeries' Rival 600 mouse is tricked out with removable weights, dual sensors, and a way to eliminate lift-off distance drift.
SteelSeries’ newest keyboard, the Apex M750, is the vehicle by which the company debuted its latest switch, the QX2
The little brother to the Rival 310 and Sensei 310, the Rival 110 gaming mouse features a similar TrueMove optical sensor.
We suppose it was inevitable, but with this MSI/SteelSeries collaboration, now RGB lighting can be synced across products from multiple manufacturers.