SteelSeries Introduces Fnatic Limited Edition Headsets, Mouse

By Vikram Sethi

SteelSeries and Team Fnatic have introduced the SteelSeries 7H Fnatic limited edition headset and SteelSeries Sensei Fnatic limited edition mouse. Available now on SteelSeries Web Shop, the 7H headset features 50mm dynamic driver units, and sound isolating SNDBlock ear cushions; while the Sensei features a 32 bit ARM processor. These are housed in an ambidextrous, black, orange and white Fnatic color design and illuminated Fnatic team logo.

Fnatic 7H: The SteelSeries 7H Fnatic limited edition headset features 50 mm dynamic driver units. The closed-type headset reduces ambient noise. The SNDBlock hybrid ear cushions are made of both cloth and leather. The headset can be dismantled into four separate pieces, which allows for compact and easy transportation. The headset costs$139.99.

Fnatic Sensei: The SteelSeries Sensei limited edition Fnatic design has three zones of 16.8 million color illumination options, including on the Fnatic logo. Its 32 bit ARM processor powers calculations that can be done directly on the mouse – without the need for software drivers and without having to rely on the user’s computer. Sensitivity settings can be changed in increments of one from 1 to 5,700 CPI. An “overclocked” Double CPI feature allows the user to go all the way up to 11,400 DCPI. The Fnatic mouse costs $99.99.

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