Review: SteelSeries Apex M800 Keyboard

Fat spacebars need to be the new norm

I’ve been using the SteelSeries Apex M800 keyboard next to the Rival 700 that I recently reviewed since getting home from E3 last month and I have to say I can see why many people would want this keyboard.

As for myself? I’ll be switching back to my Bluetooth-enabled mechanical keyboard with its Gateron Blue switches as soon as this review is done.

Read my full review here.

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Review: SteelSeries Rival 700 Mouse

Force feedback in a mouse

As someone who has played first-person shooters on consoles the majority of my life, I’ve only recently attempted to make the switch to mouse and keyboard. This is largely thanks to many PC versions of games being generally better than their console counterparts, but after playing a 16-hour¬†Overwatch¬†session, I realized one feature I missed from using a traditional controller: rumble.

Haptic feedback is something I had grown accustomed to in the console space and relied on heavily, especially since many games are bad at giving you visual cues these days. As it turns out, though, SteelSeries has a mouse for people like me. The Rival 700 features a form of force feedback. The trick is you have to play one of three games that are currently supported by the device.

Read my full review here.