|Item model number||62466|
|Item Weight||3.09 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||2.64 x 4.75 x 1.5 inches|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||2.64 x 4.75 x 1.5 inches|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||September 26, 2017|
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SteelSeries Rival 110 Gaming Mouse - 7,200 CPI TrueMove1 Optical Sensor - Lightweight Design - RGB Lighting
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- Custom TrueMove1, 7,200 CPI, 240 IPS, 30g optical sensor
- Ergonomic 6 button universal design for all grip styles; Guaranteed 30 million Left/Right click durability
- Lightweight 90g durable design; Prism RGB and Game Sense reactive illumination
- Operating system is windows, mac, and linux and usb port required; Software is steel series engine 3.10.12 plus, for windows 7 or newer and mac osx 10.8 or newer
- Item length is 4.7 inches, width is 2.3 inches front, 2.2 inches middle, 2.7 inches back and height is 1.5 inches; Cable length is 6.5 feet
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The TrueMove1 sensor’s low-latency, rapid-response tracking delivers the most natural and accurate mouse movement.
True 1 to 1 Tracking
TrueMove1’s 1 to 1 tracking, 7,200 CPI, 240 IPS sensor delivers the performance you need for competitive gaming.
The left/right buttons are guaranteed for 30 million clicks to meet the rigorous standards of competitive gaming.
The comfortable right-handed design ensures balance and speed with all grip styles.
Prism RGB Lighting
Choose from the full spectrum of 16.8 million colors. Plus, GameSense reactive illumination responds to in-game events like low ammo, health, kills, and more.
Sync dynamic multi-color lighting effects between all your SteelSeries Prism-enabled gear.
Save all your performance and lighting settings directly to the mouse. Your key remaps and settings are saved for software- free use at LAN events.
Lightweight 87.5g Construction
New, lightweight and durable materials reduce the weight of the mouse to 87.5g, giving it fast and natural movement.
From prototype to final design, team Evil Geniuses helped perfect the performance of the Rival 110.
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Rival 110 is custom-engineered for competitive gaming, featuring an exclusive TrueMove1 optical sensor and a right-handed universal ergonomic shape for all grip styles. With a guaranteed 30-million click rating and a durable, lightweight construction, the Rival 110 delivers comfortable, long-lasting performance. Plus, Prism RGB illumination with Game Sense reactive illumination and lighting sync, six programmable buttons and on-board memory combine to deliver the perfect gaming mouse.
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Switches feel alright, but my left clicks feel somewhat mushy. Not a big deal in game though. Side buttons are a little sharp but they are positioned well enough for you to click without issues. The scroll wheel feels stiffer than the 310 series of mice and are much harder to press in. Good or bad, its up to your preference. I prefer the clicks on the 310 mice.
Built quality is pretty good for a budget mouse. Cable is soft and flexible but not as good as the cable on the 310 series.
Coating feels like it will last and is grippy enough. Even the sides which are plastic offer really nice grip.
Sensor performs flawlessly. From what I read online, the TruMove1 is based off the PWM3330 sensor but heavily modified by SteelSeries through their partnership with PixArt. Whatever it is, LOD seems high but it did not seem to affect me in game. Great sensor, SteelSeries and other mouse companies should look into more budget friendly sensors like the 3330 to put into their mice. It performs just as well as my Sensei 310 and Rival 310 with the TruMove3. You won't tell the difference.
The RGB lights are only single zone so don't expect much out of them, but it is what it is.
Overall I love this mouse. Its amazing how well a mouse of this caliber could perform. And it offers surprisingly great comfort for its low and simple design. I guess the subtle curves on the sides and back help a little. My only complaints would be the quality of the main switches (Left click in particular) and the weight which could be a little lighter.
As someone who has used the Logitech G Pro/G102, Ninox Venator, SteelSeries Sensei 310, and Razer Lancehead TE. I think this is the best ambidextrous mouse I've owned. The price to performance/shape ratio is astounding. If you didn't like then G102/G203, this is probably worth looking at.
Those complaints were correct. The micro switches on the PCB of the thumb button area of the mouse are not flush or secured to the PCB and just wobble around, eventually leading to it bending and not registering clicks anymore.
There's zero way they couldn't have known that was going to happen to people and are just going along with it and selling the mouse anyway. Intentional or not, who cares. It worked great when it worked, but once this happens, the mouse is done. Only 11 months later. And it's advertised as a "gaming" mouse.
Knowing this, I'm not going to bother with an RMA, even if it's replaced with properly secured micro switches. They could have easily just pulled the mouse from the market or did a recall or something, but. I guess not. I'm not going to do business with a company that does that.
Lastly, At one point I was worried that it may be too small, but its not. it really it is a happy medium, its smaller than the sensei but it still doesnt feel awkward. (I do wish it had the same dimensions as the sensie/xai, but oh well we'll see how the 120 turns out if there will be.) I wear a size large in gloves and found it perfect, but I also claw and fingertip grip my mouse depending on situations, so that may be the reason I am ok with it. Overall though, I would not recommend it for some who has huge hands and palm grips, but if you're shaq and like small mice then give this a go.
The design is pretty straight forward. It's an ambidextrous design, although you only have forward and back buttons on the left side of the mouse. You get your usual right and left click, forward and back, scroll wheel, scroll click and DPI button. On top of that you do have RGB Lighting, which looks amazing. Colors are very bright and crisp.
Now the performance. It tracks pixel by pixel, and is very smooth. It's performing close to a PMW3360 which is a top optical sensor. I've only owned this mouse for a few hours now, so if anything new comes up I will edit this review.
Overall would I recommend this mouse? Yes! It is well worth the money.
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- Simple design, no cheap plastic or stupid, cheap over the top gaming lights everywhere
- I found that left click, right click and the scroll wheel require just the right amount of pressure
- Good software, with a range of custom settings (including sensitivity and RGB lighting)
- I find the two side buttons are a little too easy to click. Sometimes when I'm browsing I accidentally press them with my thumb and end up going back/forwards in my browser or in File Explorer without meaning to. However, this could just be me not being used to a mouse with them present.
- Nothing too impressive about the USB cable, which is a little bit disappointing considering that mice at an even lower price often have nylon braided cables which look and feel much better than a standard, plastic, grey cable, but not a big problem at all.
Good value, well built and recommended for gamers (like myself) who are on a mid-range budget when it comes to peripherals.
This one feels better and has much better shape nd material..i cant tell sensor difference much but its good.. buy this if u r looking for something around 2k
The most impressive thing that i felt was the weight balance.. even though g102 is supposed to be lighter on paper (85g)..but this one surely feels lighter due to good weight management..(90g)
Button grips could have have been better still i will give this a 5star due to pricing..
Will update if any issues occur.. 😄
1st impressions of the Rival 110 mouse is that it feels pretty solid.
Things you to know when buying this mouse.
1. The build quality is pretty solid but it's nearly no frills. The rubber pads on the side help with gripping the mouse. The wheel is wide and has a nice click feel to it. The thumb buttons are thin. I usually prefer them to be wider/bigger but it's something I can get use too.
2. The mouse is small. I have medium size hands and find it on the small size. I'm mostly fine with this because I naturally hold the mouse with the claw grip. If your hand doesn't rest in this position or you have large hands I don't recommend the mouse for you.
3. The cord is not braided. This is fine if you are just having it sit on your desk at home. However if you are using it as a laptop mouse and bringing it with you make a note the rubber casing may break over time.
4. It is very light for a mouse. There's no expansion on the mouse for added weights. Again as personal preference I prefer a slightly heavier mouse. I also found the G403 to felt light.
5. The RGB lighting is basic and not gaudy. I prefer it this way and it's customisable to a certain degree with the SteelSeries software.
6. The basic standard DPI settings it came with felt low (around 2800) for me. It's easily adjustable after you download the software and change it. The mouse does feels reponsive and it's nice that you can test out setting in real time so you can alter it higher or lower as you test what you like.
7. The software you download through SteelSeries website is pretty basic and easy to navigate. It has a a lot of integration options with games and other software which seems cool but I doubt I'll use most of them. It would be nice if they had a setup wizard that could read how you use your mouse and gave your a customised mouse profile based off that.
The price is a bit high for a basic gaming mice. However it seems like it checks the boxes for me when it comes to aboslute basics should have and how it should feel. I've only had it a day so I may update this after a few months use.
Been using it for a week now, still don't like it's shape which is different from my old mouse, this makes me feel uncomfortable in games, I also find that I have to lift it more frequently, I hope I'll eventually get used to it.
But, the price is ok and the sensor is very good and accurate and so are the buttons, I like the DPI button, the looks and the software.
It's also extremely fast (last mouse was 1600 DPI, I ended up trying different DPI settings and finally now using this one at around 2000 DPI), without enhanced pointer precision.
Software-wise you can download steelseries engine 3 which allows to map all the buttons (including the cpi toggle if you wish) and choose what patterns and colours appear on the rgb's which look really good considering it's a budget mouse.
Within the software there's also options to set two sensitivity settings (which you can toggle with the cpi button), acceleration & deceleration, angle snapping, and polling rate (all of which can be saved to multiple configurations for separate games). Overall a fantastic mouse to get yourself into pc gaming.