SteelSeries has produced numerous devices over the past few years like headphones, different keyboards, gaming mice, and mouse pads. In celebration of 10 million mouse pads sold, the firm is delivering new options and expanding its lineup.
Perhaps the most exciting out of the bunch is the firm's QcK Prism mouse pads, which comes in two sizes, a medium measuring in at 320x270x4mm and an XL that comes in at 900x300x4mm. The QcK Prism will have RGB lighting that can be controlled using the firm's SteelSeries Engine software for PC and Mac. Although this isn't the first RGB mouse pad on the market, it is a bit more unique, offering a cable connection that is located on the side of the mat, rather than in the center, which is what you will find on numerous other RGB mouse pads from competitors.
The firm also introduced more traditional offerings like the QcK Edge, which is made from cloth and comes in three sizes, medium measuring in at 320x270x2mm, large being a bit longer and wider at 450mm x 400mm x 2mm, and the XL, which offers plenty of space with 900x300x2mm. The QcK Hard is as the name suggests, made from a firmer material, giving players a different option from the cloth models.
As far as pricing goes, the QcK Prism medium will be priced at $39.99, with the XL costing $59.99. The QcK Edge will start at $11.99 for the medium and will cost $14.99 for the large, and $23.99 for the XL. The QcK Hard only comes in one size, 320x270x3mm, and will cost $29.99. If interested, you can now purchase these directly from SteelSeries.