The SteelSeries Rival 650 wireless gaming mouse has dropped in price to $90

SteelSeries Rival 650 mouse
SteelSeries Rival 650 mouse (Image credit: Windows Central)

The SteelSeries Rival 650 Quantum wireless gaming mouse is down to $89.99 on Amazon. This mouse normally sells for $130. We haven't seen this mouse go on sale since last year. The drop to $90 is one of the lowest we have ever seen, and it's just a buck or two above the absolute lowest. Considering the mouse hardly ever drops from its $130 street price, this deal is as good as it gets.

Uses Quantum Wireless tech for the most accurate and reliable performance. Has a 24-hour battery life on a full charge, and you can get 10 hours from a 15 rapid charge. The TrueMove3+ optical sensor has 1 to 1 tracking.

The Rival 650 is a relatively expensive mouse, despite today's big price drop, but it's also a game changer according to Windows Central. For example, the mouse uses TrueMove3+, the most advanced SteelSeries sensor yet. It's actually two in one, with a secondary sensor just for tracking depth and adjusting the lift off distance. This technology provides you with true 1 to 1 tracking with enough precision for competitive gaming, despite it being wireless.

Even the wireless conection is boosted with Quantum Wireless technology. This gives you an accurate, lag free experience with performance that's the same as a wired mouse. Stay untethered without the disadvantages that usually come with it.

You also have 256 unique ways to configure the weight and the center of gravity for the mouse. Get it configured just right. Get it absolutely perfect with even slight adjustments one way or the other.

The battery life lasts for up to 24 hours, and it has a rapid charge that can get you 10 hours of play with just a 15 minute boost. The ultra-durable gaming switches will last you up to 60 million clicks as well.

John Levite
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