SteelSeries Stories April 8

Bundle SteelSeries’ Arctis Pro headset, Rival 600 mouse, Doom Eternal at $200

Amazon is offering the SteelSeries Arctis Pro Gaming Headset, Rival 600 Gaming Mouse, and Doom Eternal on PC for $199.99 shipped. For comparison, you’d pay $180 for the headset, $67 for the mouse, and an additional $60 for the game on Steam. If you’re looking to upgrade to higher-end gaming gear, as well as pick up one of 2020’s best games so far, this bundle is perfect for you. The Arctis Pro headset is among the best around thanks to its high-res speakers made from neodymium magnets. Plus, the Rival 600 has SteelSeries’ “exclusive True Move 3 12,000 CPI, 350 IPS optical esports sensor” which gives you a leg up on the competition. Rated 4.3/5 stars.

SteelSeries Stories March 30

expiredSteelSeries Arctis 1 wireless gaming headset works on Switch: $80 (20% off)

SteelSeries is offering its members (free to sign up) the Arctis 1 Wireless USB-C Gaming Headset for $79.99 shipped. For comparison, it has a list price of $100, is on sale for $90 at Amazon right now, and this is a match for our last mention. As the “first USB-C wireless headset,” the Arctis 1 Wireless works with Nintendo Switch, PS4, PC, and more. It has a Discord-certified ClearCast noise canceling detachable microphone, meaning you can easily keep in contact with your friends during your time indoors. Plus, there’s a 3.5mm headphone connector that lets you easily connect it to just about any device. Rated 4.3/5 stars and you can learn more in our announcement coverage.

SteelSeries Stories March 27

expiredTake your setup up a notch with Arctis Pro Wireless Headset: $193.50 (40% off)

SteelSeries is offering its Arctis Pro Wireless Gaming Headset for $193.59 shipped for those who are logged into a free SteelSeries account and use the code NIKO at checkout. This is down from its $330 list price, beats our last mention of $220, and marks a new all-time low that we’ve tracked. This headset is designed for those who want to have the best of the best when it comes to their gaming audio. No cables hook you to a system when used with PlayStation or PC. However, the included 3.5mm cable means it works with a plethora of other devices as well. Plus, SteelSeries has a unique dual-battery system so you’re never out of the game. Rated 4/5 stars.

SteelSeries Stories March 18

expiredSteelSeries’ Arctis Pro Wireless headset has two batteries: $220 (Reg. $330)

SteelSeries is offering its Arctis Pro Wireless Gaming Headset for $219.99 shipped for those who are logged into a free SteelSeries account. Normally $330, and still going for as much at Amazon, this is a new all-time low that we’ve tracked and is the best available. This headset functions wirelessly like none other. The dual 2.4GHz and Bluetooth functionality mean that it can connect to a multitude of devices, including PC, PlayStation, and more thanks to the included 3.5mm headphone jack. When being used wirelessly, there’s a dual battery system so that way you can always have a spare on charge, ensuring you’re never out of the game. Rated 4/5 stars.

SteelSeries Stories March 10

expiredAdd SteelSeries’ Rival 650 Wireless Gaming Mouse to your kit at $90 (25% off)

Amazon is currently offering the SteelSeries Rival 650 Quantum Wireless Gaming Mouse for $89.99 shipped. Down from $120, today’s offer pockets you 25% in savings, comes within $7 of the all-time low, and is the second-best overall. With a wire-free experience centered around SteelSeries’ Quantum Wireless technology, the Rival 650 is said to offer lag-free performance. Each gaming session can last up to 24-hours before needing to recharge, and just 15-minutes of being plugged in will deliver 10-hours of action. There’s also RGB lighting, a customizable weight tuning system for adjusting the center of gravity, and more. With over 1,500 customers having left a review, shoppers have agreed upon a 4.1/5 star rating. Hit the jump for more.

SteelSeries Stories January 21

SteelSeries is known for its high-end gaming accessories, from keyboards to mice and headsets, the company makes it all. However, with its latest release, the Rival 3 Gaming Mouse, along with both the Apex 3 and Apex 5 gaming keyboards, SteelSeries is entering a lower-cost segment once again. Prices for the company’s latest releases start out at just $30 and offer high-performance gear to every gamer.

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