The first gaming mouse on our list is the Steel Series Rival 700, and for those who do not know, the company’s Rival series may be one of the most popular series currently under the Steel series, as is the company Steel Series is the favorite among just about every professional e-sports player and has made a name for itself among the most passionate players.
Before we look at how good the Steel Series Rival 700 is, you should know some obvious things about this mouse. The Rival 700 is unique in that it has an OLED display that can display a variety of things, including settings and some of the GIFs created specifically for this display that can be downloaded from multiple series.
Speaking of technical details: The Rival 700 is a modular mouse that offers features such as a modular design, RGB lighting, OLED display, adjustable DPI settings with DPI values of 16,000 for the optical sensor and 8,000 for the laser sensor you can Change the sensor by purchasing a separate sensor. Unfortunately, the mouse, as we would have liked, is not ambidextrous and could be a problem for people who are not left-handed. This does not mean, however, that the Rival 700 is not a good mouse. Behind the expensive price hides a really good mouse, which is suitable for players of all kinds. It does not matter if you have an FPS, an RPG or an MMO, the mouse is there to serve and serve you well.
The only problem with the Rival 700 is that it should be available to left-handers and that the separately sold modules should have had a cheaper price. With that said, we’ll look at the pros and cons of the Steel Series Rival 700.
- Industry standard RGB lighting
- Innovative modular design
- A gimmicky OLED screen that is still a welcome design change
- Programmable tactile alerts notifying players of in-game events
- Customize the mouse as per your own needs
- No left-handed or ambidextrous option available
- The price might be a lot for some
- Though useful, modules are a bit expensive