Wednesday, April 26th 2017

SteelSeries Announces the QcK Prism Mouse Mat - 360º RGB Illumination

If you've ever wondered if you could get even more bling for your wrist area, and an RGB-crazed playground for your hairless rodent of choice, you need not look any further. SteelSeries has just announced availability of their QcK Prism mouse mat, which offers a psychedelic 360º of RGB illumination. All of this is powered by USB, but we do have an abundance of those on the back of our rigs (and in some of our monitors as well.)

This is achieved by a total of 12 separate, RGB-lighted zones, which integrate a 356.71 x 292.4 mm area (with 8.68 mm height.) The mouse sports a dual-sided, reversible design, with premium micro-textured cloth on one side (for added friction) and a hard polymer surface for faster gliding movements on the other. Users can just flip the side they want on top, laying it over the RGB-illuminated base to play with the surface resistance type that they prefer. It is also controllable via the SteelSeries Engine software and supports SteelSeries GameSense which will allow the QcK Prism to react to in-game events such as low ammo, health, kills, cooldown timers and more. Interestingly, SteelSeries pits its QcK directly against Razer's Firefly (I really like the "intuitive cable placement" selling point.) The SteelSeries QcK will be available to light your world for $59.99, or a murderous 75€.
Sources: SteelSeries, ETeknix
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25 Comments on SteelSeries Announces the QcK Prism Mouse Mat - 360º RGB Illumination

#1
ShurikN
"Go back, we went too far"
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#2
Vayra86
For those that prefer gear over actual gaming, I guess.

I have yet to recall the first time I ever looked at my mouse mat while gaming. And when I'm not, its not on anyway... It still is a slick looking mat, I just can't see the purpose.
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#4
Vayra86
alucasa
The end is nigh.
You say this, but what if they had RGB thigh socks...
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#5
alucasa
Vayra86
You say this, but what if they had RGB thigh socks...
Then it will be the time to go Sparta!
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#6
blobster21
and it's still the same big fat NO to anything RGB
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#7
MxPhenom 216
ASIC Engineer
Ill take a Zowie GSR mat over anything out there these days.
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#8
lZKoce
RGB....RGB everywhere :D. I really like how they directly say: Razer can do this, we can do this. I think this type of commercial is forbidden in my country :) That's like Pepsi vs Cola ads in USA.
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#9
infrared
JUST SAY NO :nutkick:

I actually like steelseries, it feels tainted now haha
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#10
alucasa
infrared
JUST SAY NO
Dat goes really well with your avatar, you know. :p It even has all the colors (red, green, and blue).
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#11
infrared
alucasa
Dat goes really well with your avatar, you know. :p It even has all the colors (red, green, and blue).
Oh crap, you're right.. my avatar is RGB! Kill me now! D:
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#12
dorsetknob
"YOUR RMA REQUEST IS CON-REFUSED"
Waste of a USB port on your computer and the amps needed to power it
you know that if California introduced a RBG led Carbon Tax on Products this trend of Twattery would Die very fast
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#13
xkm1948
Coming up next,

1. RGB bezel monitor.
2. RGB wires! I mean RGB power cable, RGB Sata cable, RGB displayport/HDMI cable
3. RGB speakers
4. RGB your entire freaking case!
5. RGB packaging box! This gotta be the furthest they can go.
alucasa
Dat goes really well with your avatar, you know. :p It even has all the colors (red, green, and blue).
Man where did you get all those nice thigh pictures with skirts? I feel naughty just looking at them. They should be RGBed!
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#14
Supercrit
xkm1948
Coming up next,

1. RGB bezel monitor.
2. RGB wires! I mean RGB power cable, RGB Sata cable, RGB displayport/HDMI cable
3. RGB speakers
4. RGB your entire freaking case!
5. RGB packaging box! This gotta be the furthest they can go.




Man where did you get all those nice thigh pictures with skirts? I feel naughty just looking at them. They should be RGBed!
Not enough, RGB your entire house.
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#15
infrared
My younger bro loves RGB so i bought him a massive RGB strip to do his bedroom with lol, pretty trippy up there now xD
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#16
dorsetknob
"YOUR RMA REQUEST IS CON-REFUSED"
infrared
My younger bro loves RGB so i bought him a massive RGB strip to do his bedroom
You need to hook him up with

for Bedroom Action :) Its what Brothers Do
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#17
techtard
Next we'll have RGB gaming chairs.
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#18
Prima.Vera
This is for 12 years old or younger kids who still prefer flashing things on everything.
Relax people, why so much drama over rgb stuff?
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#19
chaosmassive
techtard
Next we'll have RGB gaming chairs.
we do already have one
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#20
Hood
All of us who are over the whole RGB thing should start a PC hardware company, call it NORGB, a place to buy ugly, dark components that perform better, because the money saved on LEDs and control software would be spent on better parts, materials, and engineering.
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#21
R-T-B
Hood
All of us who are over the whole RGB thing should start a PC hardware company, call it NORGB, a place to buy ugly, dark components that perform better, because the money saved on LEDs and control software would be spent on better parts, materials, and engineering.
Sounds good. Send me the check and I'll get right on that.
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#23
Boosnie

Gamers of the world! Rejoice!

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#24
dorsetknob
"YOUR RMA REQUEST IS CON-REFUSED"
next condoms with built in LED for sad Kiddie Gamers :nutkick::laugh:
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#25
Vayra86
xkm1948
Coming up next,

1. RGB bezel monitor.
2. RGB wires! I mean RGB power cable, RGB Sata cable, RGB displayport/HDMI cable
3. RGB speakers
4. RGB your entire freaking case!
5. RGB packaging box! This gotta be the furthest they can go.




Man where did you get all those nice thigh pictures with skirts? I feel naughty just looking at them. They should be RGBed!
RGB bezels already exist, they call it Ambilight :D Pioneering RGB, the right way, though; that is the ONE thing RGB actually has purpose for.
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