Impressive New Steelseries Eyetracking Device and More @ CES 2015

/ 5 years ago


Steelseries are no stranger to innovation, and they’ve really put a lot of effort into improving gaming performance at CES 2015. Their new M800 keyboard looks like any other, but they’ve refined their mechanical switches, the switch mount and the key caps to improve response times. The keys have a shorter throw and a lighter touch that should reap rewards for those gamers who care about reducing their response times a few extra milliseconds. As an added bonus, the keyboard now also features RGB lighting, bringing it into line with offerings from a few other big names in the industry.







Sentry, this has to be the coolest thing I’ve seen in ages! It’s a special bar that sits along the bottom of your monitor and tracks where you’re looking on the screen. We had live demonstrations of the tech and it works incredibly well. Imagine watcing a DOTA II match and being able to see where the players are looking, it really adds a new dynamic to eSports analysis. Not only that, but the hardware comes with an open API, so you could use this as an input device, use it to launch macros and a whole lot more. The unit will be £199.99 and we really can’t wait to put it through its paces in the coming weeks.


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