I’ve heard of the SteelSeries brand and they have even sponsored a couple of highly competitive gaming teams in international DOTA 2 competitions and the like. I own a SteelSeries headset myself but the earmuffs area gets really hot when you use it continuously over an hour so I wasn’t really impressed with it. I decided to give the gaming mice a try though and I was really happy with those. There were 3 models I tested, which were the SteelSeries Kinzu v2, SteelSeries Kana and the SteelSeries Sensei. Now, don’t get me wrong. All of these 3 gaming mice were top performers and had everything that an ideal gaming mouse should have. If I had to choose the best mouse for gaming among the 3 however, I would go for the SteelSeries Sensei simply because it has the specifications that the best gaming mouse ought to consist of as explained in http://www.gaminggearlab.com/discover-the-best-gaming-mouse-the-ultimate-mice-comparison-guide/. The latter two gaming mice had a DPI of 3200 each and had optical sensors instead of laser. Arguably, 3200 DPI was sufficient for me but I wasn’t so sure of the inferior optical technology so I was favoring the Sensei a lot more. Still, I wasn’t so sure about these and I had to consciously stop myself from settling for the Razer Naga Epic, which I had my eyes on initially, until I tested out the SteelSeries products.