|商品尺寸||12 x 6.6 x 4 cm; 95.7 克|
|电池||1 锂离子电池 电池(附带)|
|硬件平台||Laptop, PC, Gaming Console|
SteelSeries 赛睿 Esports 迷你无线 FPS 游戏鼠标 – 超轻 – Prime 迷你版 – 5 个可编程按钮 – 无延迟 2.4GHz – 100H 电池 – 18K CPI 传感器 – 磁性光学开关 – PC/Mac
SteelSeries Prime Mini Wireless - Esports Leistung Kabellose Gaming-Maus - 100 Stunden Akkulaufzeit - Magnetisch-optische Schalter - Mini-Formfaktor
- 专为满足 FPS 游戏玩家的要求而开发 - 确保 1 亿次无瑕的点击准确
- 高品质光学磁性开关采用一种过程,光线更快的响应时间以及比同类产品高出 5 倍的使用寿命。
- TrueMove Air 光学精密游戏传感器,真正 1:1 跟踪
- Quantum 2.0 无线技术比以往更快速和无损传输数据 - 超过 100 小时,具有快速充电功能。
- 超轻的 74 克重鼠标与 E-Sport 运动员共同开发,以满足人体工程学和耐用性要求。
- Speziell für die höchsten Ansprüche an FPS-Gameplay entwickelt – 100 Millionen unverfälscht präzise Klicks garantiert
- Die hochwertigen optisch-magnetischen Schalter nutzen ein Verfahren, bei dem Licht für schnellere Reaktionszeiten und fünffach höhere Langlebigkeit als bei vergleichbaren Produkten sorgt
- TrueMove Air optischer Präzisions-Gaming-Sensor mit echtem 1:1-Tracking
- Die Quantum 2.0 Wireless-Technologie übermittelt Daten rasend schnell und verlustfreier als je zuvor – über 100 Stunden lang und mit Schnellladefunktion.
- Die federleichte 74 g wiegende Maus im Mini-Formfaktor wurde gemeinsam mit E-Sport-Athleten für die höchsten Anforderungen an Ergonomie und Langlebigkeit entwickelt.
Prime Mini 无线的每一个方面都专注于一个目标:胜利。 我们与世界上最好的 E-sport 运动员共同开发,外形美观,轻质设计和极其坚固的材料相结合,结合在一个小型鼠标和最高技术要求的鼠标。 重量仅为 74 克,可减少双手的负荷,即使长时间会话也带有强烈的游戏游戏。 除了高性能电池,可带来超过 100 小时的游戏乐趣,包括快速充电功能,坚固的设计特点是具有极高的耐用性和结构化哑光防滑表面。 TrueMove Air 传感器提供电子运动水平的性能以及集成调整选项,甚至可以在游戏过程中进行设置。
I really want to like this mouse but this battery life is horrible.
- The left and right buttons on the wireless have a bassier sound and a nicer feel.
- The side buttons on the wireless are lighter and this caused me to accidentally press them on a few occasions.
- The scroll wheel on the wired is quieter, stiffer, and has a more rubbery glide, though scrolling up at times caused my finger to slip off because of the the stiffness. The scroll wheel on the wireless is lighter, with a slightly scratchier sound and feel (downgrade).
Summary - I prefer the wireless, though the scroll wheel and side buttons on the wired have a more premium feel.
EDIT: After just 3 months the mouse stopped being recognized, and now all I have is a broken mouse with a blinking scroll wheel. Currently undergoing RMA.
- Good sensor, feels accurate and responsive
- INCREDIBLE feeling optical switches for 1 and 2!
- USB Type-C charging port
- Good battery life
- Includes wireless adapter for the charging cable/dongle
- Pretty good stock feet (with tiger ices already available)
- Shape feels like a slightly less refined EC-2, but still alright
- Coating is good, but I wish it were a a little smoother (I think it would get more grip that way)
- Really solid feeling construction
- Side buttons are tiny
- Scroll wheel is kind of hard to press consistently (but still scrolls well)
- Weight should go down at least 10g, I feel like ~70g would feel fantastic with this mouse
Have you ever really wanted to use a product because of a single really, really good feature it has? For me, it's the optical switches on this mouse. No joke, these new optical switches feel so phenomenal, that I'm willing to put up with my gripes just to feel the clicks. Looking at their design on steelseries' website, they look like they should maintain their click feel forever, but only time will tell on that. If you don't know how they work, basically you press down on the button to actuate a spring that's held in place by a neodymium magnet that snaps down and breaks the laser beam to register a click. They do really feel light, but snappy.
The shape is very reminiscent of a Zowie EC-2, with the main difference being that the curves aren't quite as defined. It's not awful, but I think that those curves would have made a little bit of a better shape.
The coating for the body is okay, but I think it would have been more grippy if it were a little more fine. I always feel a little worried that the mouse is going to slip out of my hand. It sort of has a dry feeling to it if that makes any sense. The surface is vastly better than their rubberized sides in my opinion.
The side buttons are teeny tiny for no reason. They really should be at least twice the size and stick out a little more. I feel like I'm going out of my way to hit them compared to other mice. The scroll wheel also feels a little hard to consistently press, but I think it's something that could be gotten used to.
I think that with the combination of the slightly off EC-2 shape, dry feeling surface, and 80g weight, it can feel heavier than it is sometimes. I really think this mouse could have benefited greatly from being a little lighter. I imagine the wired versions feel pretty good, but I just love not slapping around a cable.
Steelseries is finally moving in the right direction with their mice. They've always boasted about really gimmicky stuff as being some new revolutionary thing they've invented, but this time they're on to something with their OM switches. If these can feel as good from click 1 to click 100 million as they claim, then the design absolutely needs to be copied by other brands. As they feel right now, I actually prefer these optical switches to any mechanical switch I've tried. If this changes, I'll be sure to note approximately when they started to fade and under how much use. I don't think I'd say that this can 100% be the wireless EC-2 you're looking for, but it is a solid wireless ergo entry into the market.
Well, less than 3 months into using this mouse, the wheel has started to fail. When scrolling, it sometimes ignores the scroll altogether or scrolls the wrong direction for a single scroll notch. So maybe you want to scroll one notch down a web page and it instead scrolls up one, then when you scroll one more time it works ok. I'm guessing the sensor in the wheel is bad. To open up the mouse, you have to remove the feet, which likely will ruin them. Really disappointed in this as I'd gotten used to the size and weight. Off to another brand hoping for better build quality.
Mice are like shoes, so it's difficult to say what works well for everyone. I use a mouse 14+ h/day for long days at work and then what time I can have saving the universe. I've owned about every brand, both wired and wireless. My latest venture with the SteelSeries was based off a YT vid review that just happened to play. I'd been using a Razer Viper Mini for the past year and while it was a good mouse, it's just a bit too mini for me (average size hands).
I've been pleased so far with this mouse. The weight is lighter than most, which I've increasingly grown to appreciate. I don't care much for wireless mice, so this wired one was my preference. The cable is ok - no kinks and with my setup, no drag/pull as I'm moving around. I already had a SteelSeries keyboard, so the software worked without issue picking up the mouse and adjusting settings. I've never had issue with SteelSeries software before, so that's been a non-issue as well.
The mouse feels pretty good and has no plastic stuck on the sides like some of SteelSeries other mice. Those glued on pieces are nothing short of a mess over time as they goop out and get on your desk/hands/mouse. This mouse is all solid and is comfortable for long usage times. Clickers work well and the wheel was surprisingly better than I feared - not exactly smoot, not horribly bumpy.
Overall, I like this mouse and for the money, feel like I got a good product for the cost. I generally go through mice every 1 to 3 years, depending on how they hold up. I'm hoping this holds up to the task.