SteelSeries Rival 600 Gaming Mouse Review

Greetings everyone, today we’re going to be covering the Steelseries Rival 600 Mouse. One of the things to note is the new TrueMove 3+, that is basically a dedicated sensor to detect lift off. This means there will be minimal Jitter when the mouse returns to the surface. I’m excited to see how this sensor reacts during those intense gaming sessions.

The Rival 600 has a good look and a few light but nothing close to overwhelming. I am a fan of a few lights but recently this RGB fad has been going a bit far in my opinion. I like to see Steelseries kept it simple. Well lets not wait anymore and see what we have in this mouse!



Introducing the world’s most advanced sensor system, the TrueMove3+. The new dual sensor system combines true 1 to 1 tracking with breakthrough state-of-the art lift off distance detection. For the first time ever, you are in complete control – even on lift off.

I would like to thank SteelSeries for providing this review sample! Let us see what they have to say about themselves on their website:


We are gaming

SteelSeries has fueled the gaming industry by creating innovative new products, designed specifically for eSports and passionate gamers everywhere.


Relentless Innovation

Here at SteelSeries, we are obsessed with “firsts”. Dating back to 2001, our company was formed to meet the surface needs of hardcore gamers by introducing the first glass mousepad, the Icemat. Since that original innovation, we created the first mechanical gaming keyboard, the first suspended headband for gaming headsets, the first World of Warcraft mouse and endless other innovations. SteelSeries is dedicated to building products that push professional gaming further than anyone dreamed. Those innovations make gaming more competitive and more fun for gamers everywhere.


Now let us see what this gaming mouse has offer in Features and Specs!

You can buy the SteelSeries Rival 600 Gaming Mouse from Amazon for USD $79.99 –


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