If you don’t mind the holes, the SteelSeries Aerox 3 is a well-built and sturdy gaming mouse, but rivals have more advanced sensors.
The SteelSeries Rival 3 Wireless is compelling for people seeking a cable-free gaming mouse on a budget, but it’s not as much of a standout as the original Rival 3.
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.
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?