Steelseries Rival 600 Gaming Mouse Review




/ 3 months ago

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Packaging and Accessories

The box is really nicely designed, as it showcases the design of the mouse, the removable side panels, the weight tuning and even the RGB in one picture. There are details of the new sensor too, telling you everything you need to know quickly and clearly.

For those that wan’t a little more detail, you’ll find a break down on the rear, as well as further information on the sensor, weight tuning, and switches.

The outer box is just for graphics, and contains a much more durable protective box on the inside.

A nice bit of marketing hype here, quite a good one though.

What’s in the Box?

Well, you get the lovely mouse, obviously, but more on that in a moment. It comes with a nice long USB cable, and a rubber brick that I’m guessing contains the weights.

It looks pretty cool though, and should be easy enough to store in a drawer when not needed. Let’s open it up!

And all the weights immediately fell out… Doh!

You get a total of eight 4g weights, and with four slots on each side of the mouse, you can use these to fine tune the balance of the mouse to suit your taste.

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