This week SteelSeries announced the launch of a couple of new gaming mice called the SteelSeries Sensei 310 and the Rival 310.

Both are available to purchase today from SteelSeries’ website for $60 in the US and £60 in the UK.

They feature SteelSeries’ new optical sensor with a range of new tech features that offers true “1-to-1 tracking” according to SteelSeries.

They also come equipped with a TrueMove 3 sensor that has a 12,000 CPI resolution with a total of eight macro buttons that can be used for a range of purposes.

Those buttons are also Omron designed with a 50 million click rating.

SteelSeries explained more about the mice with the following:

The Rival 310 features a number of firsts for a gaming mouse. In order to achieve its surprisingly light weight of just 88.3g, every material for the Rival 310 was carefully crafted for functionality, weight reduction and extreme durability. Every aspect of the Rival 310 design meets esports players’ stringent demands for comfort. Whether you deploy a claw grip or palm grip, the shape will provide perfect comfort for long and intense gaming sessions.

• Only available on SteelSeries.com
• The world’s first true 1 to 1 esports sensor
• Exclusive split-trigger mouse button design
• Omron 50-million click mechanical switches
• Ergonomic right-handed design with pure silicone side grips

– World’s First True 1 to 1 Esports Sensor – SteelSeries TrueMove3 sensor technology features true 1 to 1 tracking for ultra-low latency and pinpoint accuracy.

– Exclusive Split-Trigger Buttons – Featuring industry-leading guaranteed 50-million click mechanical switches designed with Omron, our exclusive split-trigger buttons deliver long-lasting durability and a fast and consistent click feel.

– Maximum Comfort – The ergonomic right-handed design ensures balance and speed with all grip styles. First of its kind pure silicone side grips deliver extraordinary comfort and grip.

– ARMed for Performance – Powerful 32-bit ARM processor delivers low-latency performance and allows you to save CPI settings, button remappings and lighting effects on-board for software free use at LAN events and tournaments.

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