Steelseries Rival 700 Vs. Corsair Vengeance M95

Rival 700 Vengeance M95
Rival 700 Vengeance M95
No. of Buttons: 715
No. of Macro Keys: 
No. of Game Profiles: 
Connection: USBUSB
Cable length: Short 1m non-braided or long 2m braided
Ambidextrous: NoNo
Software: SteelSeries Engine 3Yes
Weights: No
Switch: Rated for 30 Million Clicks
Type: OpticalLaser
Brand: PixArtAvago
Model: PMW3360ADNS-A9800
Lift off distance: 
DPI/CPI: 100 to 16,0008200
Memory Size: 
Max tracking speed: 300 ips
Max acceleration: 50g
Response time: 1 ms Polling, 1000 Hz1000Hz, 500Hz, 250Hz, or 125Hz (1ms, 2ms, 4ms or 8ms)
NVIDIA Reflex: 
Colour Options: 16.8 MillionBlue
Lighting Effect: 
Dimensions & Weight: 
Dimension (LxWxH): 124.85 x 68.46 x 41.97mm
Weight (grams): 159g
Weight w/o cable: 
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Rival 700

The Rival 700 by Steelseries uses an Optical sensor from PixArt, specifically the PMW3360, providing a DPI/CPI range of 100 to 16,000. This results in a tracking speed of 300 ips, and a maximum acceleration of 50g. It uses a USB connection with a Short 1m non-braided or long 2m braided cable. It weighs in at 159g grams with the cable and is approximately 124.85 x 68.46 x 41.97mm (LxWxH).

Vengeance M95

The Vengeance M95 by Corsair uses a Laser sensor from Avago, the ADNS-A9800, providing a DPI/CPI range of up to 8200dpi. It uses a USB connection.