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SteelSeries Diablo III Gaming Mouse
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- 7 ergonomically placed, programmable buttons
- Diablo III-themed illumination settings
- MAC and PC compatible
- Optimal comfort with ambidextrous shape and size, making it versatile for all types of gamer grips
- Durable, doublebraided nylon cord with a gold-plated, USB connection
- Powered by SteelSeries Engine easy-to- navigate softwareincluding: Drag & Drop pre-defined Diablo III actions/functions/skills, and quick and effortless remapping of mouse buttons
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A new generation of heroes must prepare against the evils that threaten the world of Sanctuary. Arm yourself with a weapon: the SteelSeries Diablo III Gaming Mouse, co-designed by the creators of Diablo III, for your battle against the rising powers of the Burning Hells.
Drag It Through Fire
Well, maybe not actual fire, but this mouse has some serious gaming durability. The Omron switches found under the hood can survive the relentless punishment of the most click-intensive game known to mankind, with a guaranteed lifespan of 10 million clicks--that's 3x more than an average mouse. And the double-braided nylon cord (2.5m long) and gold-plated USB connection can be shoved and pulled without worry.
Demon Red Illumination
The rising powers of the Burning Hells are themed throughout the Diablo III interface as well as on the mouse. Illumination is found in 3 zones--at the CPI switch, scroll wheel and Diablo III logo--and users can choose ON/OFF and a pulsation rate (LOW, MED, HIGH) for the logo.
Tailor Your Game with Diablo III-Themed SteelSeries Engine Software
Powered by the easy-to-navigate SteelSeries Engine software, users can configure their mouse with drag and drop, using pre-defined Diablo III functions and skills, and effortlessly remap all 7 mouse buttons. You can control everything from the illumination settings to your sound support.
Righty and Lefty
The Diablo III mouse was designed with an ambidextrous shape and an optimized size, making it a versatile tool for all types of gamer grips; palm, claw, or swipe.
High Velocity Gameplay
In the fast paced world of Diablo III, your mouse will need to withstand quick and small movements. Regardless of your CPI setting (whether you've set it at high or low), it's the sensor and mouse technology that will keep you moving. And if the number sways you, then the Diablo III Mouse features an Avago laser sensor with up to 5700 CPI (counts per inch).
What's in the Box
SteelSeries Diablo III Gaming Mouse, manual.
- Any PC or Mac with USB
- Compatibility: Mac and PC
- Frames per Second: 12000
- Inches per Second: 150
- Buttons: 7
- CPI: 5700
- Lift distance: 2mm (0.08in)
- Cable: 2m (6.5ft), braided
Top Customer Reviews
So, having said that, let's look at this as a gaming mouse. There are the normal left and right buttons and a clickable scroll wheel (as previously noted--no side scroll if your game would benefit from that). There are also two buttons by your thumb whether you use the mouse left- or right-handed... which means there are also 2 buttons by your ring finger... which I've got to tell you... I can not find a comfortable way to use those buttons. I see they are going for ambidextrous, and that's cool, but for all intents and purposes, those 2 buttons are going to be pretty unused. Finally, there is another button just below (closer to your palm) the scroll wheel.
After you go online and download the SteelSeries Engine (the product does NOT come with a CD), you can assign actions to each button--these can be either recorded Macros, or you can specify an application to launch. The macro engine seems pretty complete to me--you can record keys, mouse clicks and combinations thereof (like CTRL+SHIFT+Left Click).Read more ›
The mouse was very easy to install, simply just plug it in and use it, when you're ready to try setting up macros, etc download the software from the steelseries site.
The cord on the mouse is high quality braided fabric which is so important in maintaining the integrity of the mouse's performance. The body of the mouse has a very soft 'rubberized' feel, very comfortable for my hand. The lights on the mouse are behind the wheel and behind the Diablo III name near bottom, these lights pulse and are adjustable for varying brightness and frequency. Performance wise the mouse's movements seem very precise and the mouse is very light so not seeing any hand fatigue issues.
Downside. The mouse's body has a low profile and because of this the two buttons on the right side (im right handed) have become a serious problem. Its almost impossible to move the mouse around without those being pressed (was using in the Tribes Ascend beta and whenever I tried reacting quickly to anything my weapon would suddenly start changing. Had to disable both the right side buttons but once this was done worked very well.
So overall I think the mouse is very much worth the money just for the longevity and superior performance you will get but if you are a serious button nut and need all the buttons on the mouse I would try another mouse then.
Normally I am very particular with my mice, after all I have been using a Microsoft Intellimouse 1.1a for about 8 years because it was just such a good fit and great, reliable performance. Gaming mice, to me, are often overburdened with a bunch of unnecessary features that just end up hiking up the price. The Diablo 3 Mouse is very similar to the well-reviewed Steelseries Xai with a few, positive exceptions:
-- The mouse buttons have less of a stiffness to them than normal mice it seems. After about a half-day's use the clicks are very responsive and take little pressure to actuate. Spam clicking in any game is effortless and with the extended warranty on the buttons themselves I am not worried about them wearing out like so many other mice I have tried in the past have done.
-- The Steelseries Engine software allows customization and macros, which are useful for all games and applications, but it is not overbearing with settings that I honestly shouldn't have to think about (the Sensei, I consider, to be TOO configurable).
-- The branded style of the mouse I would usually find as a turnoff, as I did with previous Steelseries products. However, The Diablo 3 design is incredibly well done and the mouse does not look "tacky" at all, it is very appealing.
As far as general use and features, I have been very pleased and have some key comments on this as well:
-- The side buttons are well placed and easy to press. Some have complained that the right side buttons are hit accidentally but I have never had that problem.Read more ›
- One of the mice failed to operate after pressing the middle button below the mouse wheel. This caused its LED to flash, and the mouse ceased to function.
- One of the mice died with the same symptoms, but for a different reason. That mouse could not accept the firmware update from the SteelSeries software, and ceased functioning.
We scoured the web for causes of this, and we tried all the available remedies. There are no shortage of "blinking light" issues out there that have been reported for this mouse. One recommended cure that SteelSeries posted on their blog involved over a dozen steps, several of which I would only recommend for power users. We tried many remedies on both PC and Mac systems. SteelSeries customer support seems willing to help, but I'll probably just resolve with an Amazon refund.
The one working mouse is actually really good. The ergonomics are solid, especially if you are left-handed, it feels good in the hand and it tracks well. If you get one that happens to work it's a great value. When you operate the mouse, especially the wheel, you can tell that it's a couple steps below a Razer Taipan. But at half the price, from a mechanical perspective it would be a very strong price/performance ratio, and I wish I had received three working units.
However, it's the software that is the real weakness of the SteelSeries. They are not even in the same league as Razer when it comes to driver and mouse support, especially when it comes to Mac OSX compatibility.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Best mouse ever, you can stop looking now and get this one...I hate wireless mice.Published 1 day ago by Paul H. Mailloux
When I try to scroll down with the mouse wheel it scrolls up, unless i move it very slowly. Drives me crazy.Published 5 days ago by Morgan
Fantastic mouse. Bought it on clearance at a Walmart paid $15 for it. A sturdy comfortable and reliable mouse. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Connor Detlefsen
Mouse came with spotty residue and these white specs. The mouse pad contacts on the bottom of the mouse were all scratched up. Was this a used mouse? Read morePublished 8 days ago by Amazon Customer
Uncomfortable to hold, as it is not designed for the right hand. After 1 month the tracking is shaky, moving the mouth SW on the screen causes studders every time. Read morePublished 15 days ago by GalanSalvius
Everything was as expected hope it holds up as well as its predecessor.Published 21 days ago by Amazon Customer
To address the bootloader bug, you need to download the SSEFIX from another website then run it. If you have steelseries installed/running it will give you the bootloader error. Read morePublished 28 days ago by Underdog5
I'm playing statecraft 2 for ages so I need proper gear this mouse is amazing sensor is crazy presice love itPublished 1 month ago by Denys Mur
As an admitted Diablo III addict, I was looking for a replacement gaming mouse for my basic Walmart mouse. This looks amazing, and works great! Read morePublished 1 month ago by Tess