We have brought you news on a number of themed gaming peripherals over the past few days, including the Razer Star Wars: The Old Republic range and the Mass Effect 3, Dragon Age 2 and Battlefield 3 gaming accessories. Today however we have news of Diablo III gaming peripherals.
As Michael Gorman over at engadget.com recently reported, SteelSeries has just unveiled the Diablo III mouse, headset and mousepads. The Diablo III headset boasts the same retractable microphone, overhead suspension design and 50mm drivers as the Siberia V2, but with a few design tweaks added.
The Diablo III headset – which is priced up at $119.99 / €119.99 – comes with a matte-black finish, in-line volume and mute controls, a braided cord and ‘demon red’ illuminations courtesy of the 18 LED lights found throughout the headset, which users turn off if preferred.
Meanwhile, the Diablo III mouse comes with an ambidextrous shape, 7 ergonomically positioned buttons, a laser sensor with up to 5,000 CPI and is enhanced with ‘demon red’ illuminations. Users also have the ability to remap all of the seven buttons in order to achieve a personalized setup.
The SteelSeries Diablo III mouse is priced up at $69.99 / €69.99. Those who purchase the mouse might want a Diablo III mousepad to go with it. There are two different high-quality cloth designs to choose from: the Diablo III QcK Barbarian Edition and the Diablo III QcK Witch Doctor Edition.
Both designs are priced up at $14.99 / €14.99. The SteelSeries Diablo III products should be available at game launch. Would you buy any of the Diablo III gaming peripherals?