SteelSeries Reveals Limited-Edition CS:GO Neon Rider Mouse & Pad

SteelSeries have announced a limited collection of peripherals inspired by the Neon Rider CS:GO skin. The collection includes a special-edition Sensei Ten mouse and two mouse pads, one smaller and one larger with lights and stuff. The mouse and larger mouse pad are even numbered, since they’re limited-edition and whatnot. Let’s dive right in to the specifics, shall we?

SteelSeries Reveals Limited-Edition CS GO Neon Rider Mouse & Pad
SteelSeries Reveals Limited-Edition CS:GO Neon Rider Mouse & Pad

So, first off, the Sensei Ten Neon Rider Edition mouse. We’ve already covered the Sensei Ten before, and this is basically the same thing, just with the Neon Rider motif. You’ve got the “sensor with true 1-to-1 tracking, 18,000 CPI and 450 inches per second (IPS) tracking speed,” the works. The Neon Rider version of the mouse is now available for pre-order via Amazon, and will launch on Amazon and the SteelSeries website on May 12th. It costs $80, which isn’t too bad for what you get.

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Then we have the QcK L Neon Rider Edition mousepad. The dimensions are 450mm x 400mm x 2mm, and it boasts “the exclusive QcK micro-woven cloth for maximum control and optimized for both low and high CPI tracking movements.” Fancy. And, of course, it’s washable, for the hygienic gamer. The pad will be available on, also starting on May 12th, for $20. And, of course, it has the Neon Raider skin, as seen above.

Lastly, there’s the QcK Prism XL Neon Rider Edition RGB mousepad, which basically covers, like, half the desk. It’s 900mm x 300mm x 4mm, and has two-zone illumination. It also features the SteelSeries Engine, meaning you can “easily setup thousands of in-game lighting notifications and sync the mousepad with other SteelSeries devices”. Like the previous two items, it’ll be available on on May 12th for $70.

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