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SteelSeries Rival 110, Optical Gaming Mouse, RGB Illumination, 6 Buttons, PC / Mac, Black
- Custom TrueMove1, 7,200 CPI, 240 IPS, 30g optical sensor engineered for competitive gaming
- Ergonomic 6-button right-handed universal shape for all grip styles
- Left/Right buttons guaranteed for 30 million clicks to meet the rigorous standards of competitive gaming
- Lightweight and ultra-durable materials reduce weight to 87.5 g
- Multi-color Prism RGB and GameSense reactive illumination for incredible lighting options
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Style Name: Wired | Size: Rival 110 | Colour: Black
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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SteelSeries Rival 110
Exclusive TrueMove1 Sensor
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.
SteelSeries Rival 110
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 colours. Plus, GameSense reactive illumination responds to in-game events like low ammo, health, kills, and more.
Sync dynamic multicolour lighting effects between all your SteelSeries Prism-enabled gear.
SteelSeries Rival 110
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.
|Rival 110||Rival 310||Sensei 310||Rival 600||Rival 650 Wireless||Rival 710|
|Illumination||1 RGB Zone||2 RGB Zones||2 RGB Zones||8 RGB Zones||8 RGB Zones||2 RGB Zones|
|Sensor Type||Optical, TrueMove 1||Optical, TrueMove 3||Optical, TrueMove 3||Optical, TrueMove 3+||Optical, TrueMove 3+||Optical, TrueMove 3|
|CPI and IPS||200-7,200 CPI/240 IPS||100-12,000, 100 CPI Increments||100-12,000, 100 CPI Increments||100-12,000, 100 CPI Increments||100-12000, 100 CPI Increments||100-12000, 100 CPI Increments|
|Ideal Grip Style||Claw/Finger-Tip||Palm/Claw||Claw/Finger-Tip||Palm/Claw||Palm/Claw||Palm/Claw|
|SteelSeries Engine Software||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Unique Features||TrueMove1 Sensor, True 1 to 1 tracking||TrueMove3 Sensor, True 1 to 1 tracking, split-trigger buttons, 88.3 g||Ambidextrous, TrueMove3 Sensor, True 1 to 1 tracking, split-trigger buttons, 92.1 g||TrueMove3+ Dual Optical Sensor, True 1 to 1 tracking, wolds lowest lift off distance, weight tuning||TrueMove3+ Dual Optical Sensor, True 1 to 1 tracking, Quantum wireless , customizable lift-off distance, tunable weight system||TrueMove3 optical sensor, OLED display, tactile alerts, modular components|
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Eventually, I came to this Steelseries Rival 310 which suits me to a tee and fits my hand just right - I'm obviously between sizes for the aforementioned mice! All the buttons have just the right amount of resistance - not too hard or too easy to press. I have no pain in the wrist , hand or fingers. Side buttons are bang on in the right place, so no stretching to get to them. The sensor is, both on paper and in practice, better than the Zowie, and that's saying something. My gaming has improved a lot. First with the Zowies and then more again with this mouse. The blurb regarding the accuracy and response is not a gimmick - it is a fact. An excellent, comfortable and responsive gaming mouse. Highly recommended and I hope my comparisons have been of some help.
Only 1 star for bad quality, i dont think i used this more then 50 hours
I bought the Logitech G403 before this, but had to return it as the side buttons made a weird squeaking noise. The side buttons on this aren't perfectly quiet at all angles (slight rattle on mouse 4 sometimes) but much much better than the G403 for me.
It also feels great in my hand (18 x 10cm) in a palm grip. It has made me realise my G400 was a little too large for me (After 5 years) haha. This is lighter and much more comfortable!
The left and right click feel nice, nothing special though. About the same as the other gaming mice I've tried. Scroll wheel is good, no rattle and nice and quiet scroll sound when you get the feel right, but if you scroll really fast and hard it can make a bit of noise which is slightly annoying!
I'll update if anything significant happens. But so far, I'm really glad I sent the G403 back..
Edit. I can't give it 5 stars as the side buttons can make rattling and very occasionally squeaking noises. I have found a thumb position which negates this issue, but it might not be ideal for some people who like to hammer the buttons with the tip of their thumb. They are noisier than my old G400 side buttons which were perfect, so yeah..... Other than that, it's a really really good mouse!
My hands are ~20cm x ~10cm (measuring from thumb-side to edge of my palm as per RocketJumpNinja does), so long and fairly narrow. After trying 3 other modern mice, I thought I'd try the Rival 600.
+ Dimension-wise, it's a little longer than the G403, which is just what I wanted.
+ Grip-wise, it's very comfortable for me. I'm not sure if there any mice out there that are longer.
+ You don't need drivers (the default DPI switch is 800/1600)
+ It has some extras like customisable weights.
+ The 'hump' (for want of a better term) on the back of the mouse tapers off and is comfortable on the palm. I like the shape better than the G403.
- At a _minimum_ weight of 96g, it's quite heavy (I'm coming from a WMO that weighed ~80g). The new finalmouse ultralight is significantly lighter. I would love it if mouse manufacturers tried to reduce the weight and let you add it back.
- Very expensive. This is retailing for between £60-£80, at least £20 more than the G403.
To give you an idea of whether this might be suitable for you, I've tried the following mice in the last 6 months:
* EC1A -- Good length, but too wide for me. The material also makes it hard to grip until you've played for a while and it warms up. Also on the heavy side at 97g. Good mouse, but didn't suit me. Sent it back.
* EC2A -- Too short, width is decent. Again, I don't like the material, I felt like I had to actively grip the mouse when picking it up and it wouldn't stick to my hand until I'd warmed up. Good mouse, but didn't suit me. I used this for a week or two and then sold it.
* Logitech G403 -- Slightly too short, but very good otherwise. I couldn't track as well as I could with my WMO, but it's a solid mouse. Good mouse, but didn't suit me. The hump was a little too bulky and didn't suit my hand, either. Used it for a couple of months and sold it. If your hands are slightly shorter than mine, I think the G403 is a great mouse for palm grip, and you can often get it on offer for £40.
Basically: All of these mice are really good quality and track perfectly. It just comes down to what's going to suit your hand dimensions and grip style. I'd say the EC1-A/EC2-A have the best out-of-the-box experience, as the DPI switch is on the bottom of the mouse, and the lighting changes based on the selection. I.e. you can use it with zero driver setup, and there is no chance of accidentally changing your DPI. G403 is a good all-rounder, and tends to be cheaper when on offer. Rival 600 is the best if you have longer hands.