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SteelSeries Limited-Edition CS:GO Neon Rider Collection

SteelSeries har netop lanceret lidt gaming tilbehør/udstyr i farverne fra CS: GO Neon Rider, nemlig en mus og to musemåtter: Dette er resultatet af et samarbejde mellem SteelSeries og Red Woon Workshop omkring spillet Counter-Strike: Global Offensive og mere specifikt det skin der kaldes "Neon Rider". Apropos skins, det er netop, hvad dette produkt linje tilbyder: en ændring i designet fra produkter, der allerede tilbydes fra SeelSeries, så der er ikke tale om noget nyudviklet hardware. Kan du lide det og kunne du finde på at købe det? Giv din mening til kende i kommentarerne.

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SteelSeries, the leader in PC gaming peripherals, today announces the new Neon Rider collection inspired by Red Moon Workshop’s beloved CS:GO skin. This exclusive collaboration combines the popular Neon Rider skin and SteelSeries’ award-winning peripherals to create an exciting collection specifically made for CS:GO enthusiasts around the world. The collection includes a Neon Rider designed Sensei Ten, and Qck L and QcK Prism XL mousepads.

 

Our relationship with Counter-Strike is as old as we are. From creating the first products for competitive players, to being the first professional sponsors for teams and events, to creating products just for fans of the game, we are proud to continue to be a part of the world of Counter-Strike with this exclusive collaboration. With the high performing sensor and comfort of the Sensei Ten and massive size of the QcK, we picked these products to be the perfect additions to any CS:GO player’s setup.

Sensei Ten Neon Rider Edition

For over 10 years, the SteelSeries Sensei defined the world of competitive Counter-Strike with its iconic shape and performance. The Sensei Ten Neon Rider Edition brings to life the highly-stylized aesthetics of CS:GO’s Neon Rider skins in a one-time-only collection that will elevate any setup with a colorful synth-wave vibe.

The Sensei Ten Neon Rider Edition uses SteelSeries’ flagship sensor, the TrueMove Pro. This sensor, designed by SteelSeries and PixArt, is the highest rated SteelSeries sensor with true 1-to-1 tracking, 18,000 CPI and 450 inches per second (IPS) tracking speed. The TrueMove Pro also provides advanced tilt tracking to stabilize the mouse’s tracking during abrupt or angled movements like angled drops, tilt slams and quick flicks.

The Sensei Ten Neon Rider Edition will be available in limited quantities, with each mouse sporting its own unique ID number.

The Sensei Ten Neon Rider Edition is available for pre-order now on Amazon for $79.99, and will be fully available on Amazon and SteelSeries.com on May 12.

QcK L Neon Rider Edition

The QcK L Neon Rider Edition is a 450mm x 400mm x 2mm mousepad decorated with the distinctive flair of the Neon Rider skin. The QcK L Neon Rider Edition uses the exclusive QcK micro-woven cloth for maximum control and optimized for both low and high CPI tracking movements.

The QcK is hyper durable and washable for easy cleaning, and will be available on May 12 on SteelSeries.com for $19.99.

QcK Prism XL Neon Rider Edition

The QcK Prism XL Neon Rider Edition is a 900mm x 300mm x 4mm RGB mousepad, with two-zone illumination. Powered by SteelSeries Engine, users can easily setup thousands of in-game lighting notifications and sync the mousepad with all their other SteelSeries devices. Like the Sensei Ten Neon Rider Edition, each QcK Prism XL Neon Rider Edition will be individually numbered to show its limited-edition status.

The QcK Prism XL Neon Rider Edition will be available on May 12 on SteelSeries.com for $69.99.

For more information about the SteelSeries Neon Rider Collection visit SteelSeries.com

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arrrrgh, jeg må simpelthen ud og have et sæt.... man er vel halv gamer nørd 😀