New SteelSeries Rival Mouse Features Dual-Optical Sensors

SteelSeries unveils a new Rival 600 mouse at CES, boasting this exclusively features their new TrueMove3+ sensor system. Besides the sexy name (which thankfully invokes neither birds of prey nor dinosaurs), they say TrueMove3+ features a dual-optical sensor set-up with one sensor dedicated to mouse liftoff, leading to less jitter, and the lowest lift-off distance ever achieved. They already have these for sale on the SteelSeries Website, where there's a commercial you can inflict on yourself which offers a stylized look at the product, redeemed by the presence of poop emojis and the line, "do you even lift bro?" This is a right-handed-only mouse, which also boasts lights and weights. Here's more:
The TrueMove3+ Sensor: Two Sensors – Next Level Precision
The Rival 600 is the most precise and customizable mouse that gives gamers unmatched precision and increased accuracy. The TrueMove3+ combines the first true 1-to-1 tracking sensor with a second Pixart sensor exclusively tracking the liftoff distance.

The TrueMove3 is a 12,000 CPI, 350 IPS optical sensor that SteelSeries built with sensor industry leader, PixArt. Its ultra-low-latency, rapid-response tracking delivers the most natural and accurate mouse movement. Unlike other mouse sensors bogged down with inefficient jitter reduction and tracking latency, TrueMove 3's 1-to-1 tracking from 100 to 12,000 CPI delivers true esports performance. The TrueMove3 was first introduced with the Rival 310 and Sensei 310 gaming mice. The custom-engineered TrueMove3 SROM dramatically reduces response time and greatly increases accuracy.

The second sensor allows gamers to adjust their lift-off distance like never before. Gamers can customize when the sensor stops and starts tracking when the mouse is lifted off its mat. This eliminates extra movement when gamers pick up and put down their mouse. The second sensor also features linear optical detection for true depth perception for the world’s most precise lift-off detection down to 0.5mm.

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Jeez, do people still buy wired mice? Wireless used to suck, but with the quality these days I can't imagine ever going back
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