Steelseries Unveils Smaller, Lighter Mouse To Its Established Prime Line

Steelseries Has Unveiled A New eSports Mouse To Be Added To Its Line of Prime Mice

Steelseries is a world leader in video game peripherals with lines of headsets, mice and more. Its technology, reliability and design sets it apart from its competitors and the brand has long been trusted amongst eSports pros. The company has unveiled its latest addition to its established Prime lineup, with the release of the Prime Mini and Prime Mini Wireless eSports mice. The mice build on the quality of Prime mice, but add in a few extra features to really set it apart!

The Prime Mini mice features optical magnetic switches that are utilized by eSports pros, but comes in a smaller, lighter package. The Prime Mini is 12% lighter while the Prime Mini Wireless is 9% lighter. Both feature ultra-lightweight, ergonomic shapes that are built for players to get that shot off and ultimately win!


The Prime line’s optical mouse switch technology gives each mouse click a crisp feel with lightning fast response time which is the perfect technology to give players that cutting-edge required in competitive gaming.

The Prime Mini,weighing just 61g, has a durable framework that can withstand wear and tear along with a texture matte finish to ensure non-slip grip. The Prime Mini Wireless, weighing in at just 73g, features an excellent battery providing over 100 hours of gameplay as well as fast charging. Both mice will have TrueMove Air sensors for pro performance and onboard customization so players can adjust settings at a breeze.

The Prime Mini and Prime Mini Wireless can be purchased here. The Prime Mini retails for USD$59.99 while the Wireless costs USD$129.99.

Check out some reviews of other Steelseries products such as the Arctis Prime Headset, Steelseries Prime Precision Mouse, Prime Wireless Mouse and Prime+ Mouse!

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SOURCE: Press Release