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    Test du casque gaming Arctis Nova Pro Wireless : on vous défie de trouver plus polyvalent

    news.movim.eu / Numerama · Sunday, 26 June - 10:12

L'accessoire gaming SteelSeries lance l'Arctis Nova Pro Wireless, un casque audio bardé de fonctionnalités intéressantes. Par exemple, la batterie est amovible. [Lire la suite]

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    SteelSeries’ wireless mechanical keyboard can type 2 things with 1 keypress

    news.movim.eu / ArsTechnica · Tuesday, 21 June - 17:19

SteelSeries Apex Pro Mini Wireless keyboard.

Enlarge / SteelSeries' Apex Pro Mini Wireless keyboard connects via 2.4 GHz dongle or Bluetooth. (credit: SteelSeries)

Adjustable mechanical switches are a simple way to customize the feel of different keys in a keyboard. These switches let you choose their actuation point, or how far you press the key before it registers an input, for sensitivity that you can vary based on the key or the application you're using.

Peripherals-maker SteelSeries today announced new wireless and wired mechanical keyboards with mechanical switches that let you adjust each key's actuation point. The compact SteelSeries Apex Pro Mini Wireless and Apex Pro Mini also let you program the keys so that a keypress will register two inputs if you press the key down far enough.

Adjustable mechanical switches

SteelSeries first started selling its adjustable OmniPoint mechanical switches in its SteelSeries Apex Pro keyboard in 2019. The OmniPoint 2.0 switches debuting in the Apex Pro Mini Wireless and Apex Pro Mini 60 percent keyboards released today are even more adjustable.

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    De nouveaux casques audio de compétition pour le gaming chez SteelSeries

    news.movim.eu / JournalDuGeek · Thursday, 26 May - 14:00

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Dans le secteur du jeu vidéo, ça ne plaisante plus ! Il faut désormais du matériel spécialisé, plus question de jouer avec un bête clavier ou une manette vieillotte. Et il en va de même pour le son. C'est là qu'intervient SteelSeries qui vient de dévoiler sa nouvelle gamme de casque audio.

De nouveaux casques audio de compétition pour le gaming chez SteelSeries

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    SteelSeries Aerox 5 & 9 : des tas de boutons dans un châssis ultraléger

    news.movim.eu / JournalDuGeek · Wednesday, 13 April - 15:00

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Si vous faites partie de ceux qui sont toujours en manque de boutons sur leur souris, SteelSeries a désormais de quoi vous satisfaire.

SteelSeries Aerox 5 & 9 : des tas de boutons dans un châssis ultraléger

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    SteelSeries’ new $45 TKL keyboard survives spills and dust

    news.movim.eu / ArsTechnica · Tuesday, 12 October, 2021 - 17:59

SteelSeries Apex 3 TKL on RGB desk mat

Enlarge / SteelSeries Apex 3 TKL. (credit: SteelSeries)

Many beloved electronics have fallen victim to a spilled glass of water. No matter how careful you are, spills happen. The next time you spill something at your desk, though, you could have one less thing to worry about if you pick up SteelSeries' tenkeyless (TKL) keyboard released today for $45 .

SteelSeries says its new Apex 3 TKL is both water and dust resistant, thanks to IP32 certification and a polymer frame. The International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) rating guarantees that the keyboard won’t be damaged by dripping water “when the enclosure is tilted at any angle up to 15 degrees.” IP32 certification also means that the Apex 3 TKL is safe from dust that is at least 2.5 mm large.

SteelSeries’ Apex 3 TKL is simply a numpad-less version of the SteelSeries Apex 3 , which has the same certification. Other gaming keyboards, such as Corsair’s K68 mechanical keyboard, come with the same IEC stamp, but finding a water-resistant keyboard in the TKL form factor is rare.

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    Jabra owner acquires SteelSeries to tap in to “high-end” gaming

    news.movim.eu / ArsTechnica · Thursday, 7 October, 2021 - 15:48

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Enlarge / SteelSeries' Arctis headsets are well-known among gamers. (credit: SteelSeries )

Gaming peripherals-maker SteelSeries is being purchased by GN, the owner of audio equipment company Jabra. The deal announced Wednesday gives GN access to SteelSeries’ headsets, keyboards, mice, and other peripherals for PC and console gaming, as well as its sub-brands, like Nahimic.

Denmark-based GN is buying SteelSeries from Axcel, a Nordic private equity firm, in a deal that reportedly amounts to 8 billion DKK (about $1.2 billion).

Founded in 2001 in Denmark, SteelSeries has made a name for itself with a large selection of advanced peripherals targeting console and PC gamers. As an audio company, GN is undoubtedly interested in SteelSeries’ Arctis headset lineup, which comprises a wide range of prices and form factors and has become a go-to brand among gamers. SteelSeries also has a reputation with other types of peripherals, including its Apex Pro mechanical keyboard (you’ll regularly see gamers sharing social media posts of the keyboard as they peel the sticker off its unique OLED screen).

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