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SteelSeries Rival 500 Specs

Release Date in Hong Kong
ModelRival 500
DateJul 2016
Power sourceCable
Form factorRight-hand
Product colourBlack
Surface colorationImage
Device interfaceUSB Type-A
Movement detection technologyOptical
Scroll typeWheel
Buttons quantity15
Buttons typePressed buttons
Movement resolution16000 DPI
Recommended usagePC/notebook
Number of scroll wheels1
Polling rate1000 Hz

Reviews of SteelSeries Rival 500
Reviewed on 2018-04-02
When I previously reviewed the original SteelSeries Rival, my only negative comments were focused on the design being exclusively shaped for right handed players. The new Rival 500 doesn't address that problem, so I respectfully suggest that lefties shoul...
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Reviewed on 2017-08-15
Intuitive and useful thumb-button layout, Beloved PWM3360 sensor, "Tactile Feedback" is like controller rumble in a mouse
"Tactile Feedback" is only in a handful of games, Short, squat, and heavy, Tons of buttons, but none feel great to press
What's all this under my thumb? That's the first thought I had when using the SteelSeries Rival 500 mouse (available for $80 on Amazon ), and most likely the first thought anyone would have with this device—there's a lot to take in. But is a unique and in...
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Reviewed on 2017-08-01
Earlier this year, I took an in-depth look at the SteelSeries Rival 700. That mouse could deliver tactile alerts using its GameSense software. I enjoyed having force feedback in a mouse, but that useful feature was held back by a few gimmicks and a high p...
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Reviewed on 2017-07-20
Gaming enthusiasts understand the impact that a proper gaming mouse can have on their performance. Whether it be for fast flick-shots in CS:GO or for programming macros in MOBAs, having a gaming mouse tailored to your needs is an absolute necessity. For t...
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Reviewed on 2017-01-16
From a design perspective it's a slightly bigger mouse than the older brother, Rival 700 measuring 118mm x 78mm x 43mm, so it is best suited for those with bigger hands. The number of buttons are useful, more so to those who favour the claw grip but, the...
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Reviewed on 2017-01-09
We recently reviewed the Steelseries Rival 700 Gaming mouse and found it to be an exceptional take on the genre. With superb lighting, swappable components, an OLED display and vibration feedback, it moved the gaming mouse goalposts considerably further o...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-26
I love testing gaming gear and, in some way, for one of the strangest reasons: No one else in my house likes gaming gear. If I give them a headset designed for hours of comfort, maximum sound quality, and perfect voice capturing – they use speakers. If I...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-07
Easy to use, great customization features, comfortable. Has the ability to bind games and applications to configuration setups. Useful for both gaming and office applications
A braided cable, or swappable cables like the Rival 700, would be a nice addition. Only three games work with Gamesense
We've spoken a few times here at Techaeris about getting a leg up on fellow gamers with better game controllers, keyboards, and mice. MOBA/MMO gamers are no exception and while there are a number of multi-button gaming mice on the market, the SteelSeries...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-26
Excellent quality, Great aesthetics, Pixart 3360 Optical Sensor, Ground breaking design that's perfect for MMORPGs, Engine 3 Software is still the best
Buttons closest to the front of the mouse are hard to reach and there's no tactile bump to distinguish different buttons around the thumb
Please don't hate me, but I'm going to mention the fact of how many gaming mice there are right now. With that out of the way, there are so many gaming mice around right now, it's getting real hard to do something that is truly innovative in the market ri...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-21
One of the more well known manufacturers of PC gaming peripherals in the world today, SteelSeries was founded in 2001 to meet the needs of demanding PC enthusiasts and gamers. Originally producing glass mouse pads designed for low friction movement and kn...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-20
15 programmable buttons, Side buttons are actually functional, Tactile feedback, Comfortable design, Engine 3 software
Could be too cumbersome for people looking for something more streamlined, Can only quick-switch two different DPI levels
Gone are the days of normal gaming mice. These days we have gaming mice that are designed specifically for a certain type or game or playing style. The mouse we are taking a look at today is no different. It is the SteelSeries Rival 500 and it is designed...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-05
Larg, comfortable desig, Innovative tactile feedbac, Sensible softwar, Novel take on eSports mouse
Steep learning curv, No onboard profiles
Having more or less perfected the gaming mouse for the home user, peripheral companies have set their sights on the next great frontier: eSports. The SteelSeries Rival 500 ($80) has adopted the kitchen sink approach to mouse design, with a plethora of but...
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Reviewed on 2017-09-01
While many companies are fine with producing products for the masses, a select few have jumped on the eSports stage and have run with the ball since its inception. SteelSeries is one of the companies which have decided to develop products for both camps...
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Reviewed on 2017-08-15
What's all this under my thumb? That's the first thought I had when using the SteelSeries Rival 500 mouse (available for $80 on Amazon ), and most likely the first thought anyone would have with this device—there's a lot to take in. But is a unique and in...
Read more >
Reviewed on 2016-11-25
If you have spent some time studying biology, you will realize your thumb is the most important finger on the human hand. Because of its large range of movement and high relative strength, as well as the fact humans have what are known as opposable thumbs...
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