Both the SteelSeries Rival 310 and Sensei 310 mice are the real deal when it comes to the TrueMove3 Sensor technology SteelSeries added to their new gaming mice. The Rival 310 or Sensei 310 will make a great addition to your PC setup you currently have. If you don’t have a setup yet, but you’re looking to get into gaming on a PC, one of these mice will do perfectly fine. Whether you’re playing Overwatch 24/7 or playing a simple game like Aztez, these mice will change your PC gaming experience.
Speaking of Overwatch, you know just as well as I do that having a good gaming mouse can make or break a match. Sometimes your mouse isn’t quite up to par with the intensity an Overwatch match can provide and it might cause you to lose a match. Don’t be that person that messes it up! Do yourself a favor and pick up the Rival 310 or Sensei 310 because it will greatly improve gaming performance.
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When it comes to PC gaming, both the Rival 310 and Sensei 310 moves like a dream. To get up and running on either is very simple: just plug that bad boy into a USB port and you are all set to go.
There is a slight difference between the two, though. The Rival 310 is the ergonomic model and only has six programmable buttons. If you prefer to game using a mouse that is more designed for the right hand, then this is the mouse for you. If not, the Sensei 310 is the ambidextrous model with eight programmable buttons.
Both mice are built relatively well and both have silicone grips on the sides to ensure the mouse stays in your hand.
The Rival 310 and Sensei 310 are very lightweight, so this makes gaming that much better. Of course, the TrueMove3 Sensor plays a part in it, but you know bulky gadgets are no good when you are looking to improve your skills.
For $60 bucks you can’t go wrong, even if the design itself resembles a somewhat generic mouse build. Either way, you won’t be disappointed with your purchase.
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Review note: The author received both units for the purpose of this review.