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  • Description du produit: Steelseries World of Warcraft Wireless MMO Gaming Mouse
  • Interface de l'appareil: RF sans fil
  • Technologie de détecteur de mouvement: Laser
  • Convient pour: jouer
  • Édition de jeu: World of Warcraft
  • Portée du routeur sans fil: 3m
  • Source d'énergie: Piles
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Descriptif technique
Numéro du modèle de l'article62220
sériesWorld of Warcraft Wireless MMO Gaming Mouse
Type de connectivitéSans-fil
Type de technologie sans fil 2.4 GHz Radio Frequency
Type de connecteur RF Wireless
Durée de vie moyenne (en heures)16 heures
Item dimensions L x W x H17.5 x 16.3 x 16.3 centimeter
Poids du produit860 grammes
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Date de mise en ligne sur Amazon.fr11 août 2012
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 While I don't hate it, I absolutely don't like it......... 14 septembre 2014
Par Matt Thomasson - Publié sur
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Ok gamers! I've owned other SteelSeries gaming products that have worked flawlessly as advertised. However, isn't it just a fact of life that there always seems to be that one problem child, that one bad apple in the bunch? My disappointment with the SteelSeries WoW Wireless MMO Gaming Mouse doesn't stem from design, architecture or presentation. Rather, my disappointment stems from basic function and utility that each and every wireless mouse SHOULD have inherent in WIRELESS technology. Allow me to iterate in this review.

First, presentation. What I received from Amazon is the pictured SteelSeries WoW Wireless MMO Gaming Mouse. It arrived in a gorgeously detailed and artfully designed square box that has a corner section chiseled away to give the viewer a teasing look at the mouse inside, but then there's paneling that opens up to give the viewer a full on presentation of the craftsmanship that was invested in an attempt to give extra value to the product inside. Of course, there's the usual printed text pointing out features and specific functions pertaining to the device, all in an attempt to entice the viewer that much more into buying this product. Well eye candy is...well...eye candy and if they could somehow find a way to repackage ketchup packets to look just as pretty, I'd probably buy it...!!! LoL!!! Hands down, this is probably one of the most gorgeous and attractive presentations of a gaming device that I've seen in years. Moving on.................

Second, setup and programming. This, I have to say, went as expected. I went to to locate and download the latest driver/utility software for this mouse. After downloading that and got it installed, the programming was fairly straight forward too since I've been acclimated to using the SteelSeries software utility to set up game profiles and such. FYI, this mouse does ship with a default WoW profile preloaded and ready to go without the user needing to reprogram accept out of user preference. This all went smoothly.

Third, function and operation. Of course, while getting all of this done I had the mouse connected to the computer with its USB cable to start getting it charged up. No big deal there, right? Little did I know...after 5 hours of just keeping an eye on the charging indicator (this can be monitored on both the device...a simple small LED for battery status and wireless connection...and on the software utility where you'll see an icon for the battery charge status) the mouse still had not charged fully. Ok...according to support forums it can take a few hours to charge the battery. Well another 3 hours told the tale and I noticed the battery status LED on the mouse indicated a charged battery...Yay!!! However, the battery charge status on the software utility would fluctuate between 3 and 5 watching a visual equalizer move back and forth on a music player...Boooo!!! That's when I got the impression that maybe something isn't right here...LoL!!! At this point, I unplugged the mouse and turned it off. Grabbed my backup mouse, plugged it in and off I went in search of more support from SteelSeries and other sources of user input and feedback for this device. I found a couple of pieces of helpful information and opened up the SteelSeries utility and made my adjustments (i.e. turning off the illumination, made changes to polling rate, etc.). I disconnected my backup mouse, reconnected the SteelSeries WoW Wireless MMO Gaming Mouse and still the LED indicator gave me a solid light for a fully charged battery and yet the software was showing me something else. Ok. At this point, I'm not impressed in the least. I have never experienced such wishy-washy whatever from any wireless mouse, be it from Logitech, Microsoft, Razer or even a no-name brand cheap device. The fun was just beginning as I ventured forth and disconnected the USB cable from the mouse and plugged it into the base that serves as the transceiver for wireless connectivity. To my short lived surprise, it did light up and the mouse connected wirelessly with its base. Yay!!! It wasn't 5 minutes later that I had to get up and do some things around the house, came back and there are no lights on the base unit, moved the mouse around and the pointer is stuck on the screen. I grabbed my backup mouse, found a USB port and plugged it in and discovered that my computer was NOT frozen, but rather that the wireless connection had timed out...wait a minute...what????....a wireless device connection that times out? Never heard of that before. So, I checked my power saving settings on my computer and there's absolutely nothing...NADA....where wireless connections can be set to time out. I knew that doesn't exist, I just had to check for my own sanity. Ok. I grabbed the base, flipped it over and pressed and held the reset button for the base to reconnect to its mouse, the rune lights lit up and started flashing, grabbed the mouse and turned it off for a few seconds, turned it on and it reconnected to its base and the pointer on the desktop started moving once again. Being a glutton for punishment, I once again got up...intentionally this time to see what would happen. Returning about 20 minutes later, the SteelSeries WoW Wireless MMO Gaming Mouse had once again timed out its wireless connection. Grabbed the base, flipped it over, blah-blah-blah and re-established wireless connection. I was not happy. I opened up the SteelSeries software utility and checked to see if there was a way to turn off/on any sort of time out function. Nope, didn't see a thing about it. Interesting to say the least. I loaded up World of Warcraft and started playing. I played for approximately 1 hour, got up again leaving the game running and came back less than 5 minutes later and low and behold that damned mouse had timed out once again. This time, I could not get it to reconnect wirelessly until I had quit the game entirely and was back at the desktop. Ok. I've had enough.

Summation. While the presentation, setup and programming were all nice and smooth, this device failed utterly in showing an accurate battery charge status and failed miserably in wireless connectivity where the mouse will time-out its own connection to the base unit (guys and gals, this is practically unheard of in the computer industry and is not acceptable), then have to go through the ordeal just to reconnect the wireless connection. Not acceptable at all. SteelSeries would be better off redesigning this wireless mouse, but I don't see that happening. Buyer beware!
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 this one is by far the worst I've ever used 16 octobre 2016
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur
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Of all the mice I use as a gamer, this one is by far the worst I've ever used. I couldn't get it up and running at first, but then when I did, I couldn't keep a charge in it. When I plugged it in direct, all the programmable keys weren't recognized, so it was basically just a mouse. After about a week of it, the plug needed some serious jiggling. When I went to do a Warranty on it, as it was only 4 weeks old, the representative from SteelSeries was awful. I will never purchase another SteelSeries product because of this mouse. If you're in the market a mouse, and you want this type of mouse, look into the MadCatz MMO T.E. edition. This is what I bought when I scrapped out this piece of shi....crap.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Let me start off by saying WoW. 30 janvier 2015
Par Alexis - Publié sur
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I bought this product because my current gaming mouse was beginning to wear out and was in need of replacement. Typically, I prefer wired mice for gaming and wireless for day to day things, so this mouse was a wonderful fit for me. Being an avid fan of World of Warcraft, and having a blue LED gaming set up, I couldn't say no to this.

I will admit, the mouse can be a little finicky, mostly with the initial connection to the computer or syncing to the base. Once you figure out the trick to get it working (sometimes it doesn't want to work in one USB port) it runs really well. Most of the buttons are easy for me to reach with smaller hands, and the mouse is honestly the most comfortable I've ever used. Not only that, but the finish keeps my hand from getting sweaty during long gaming sessions.

The wireless function on the mouse is incredible. I don't notice any lag at all when using it, and I've been avidly using it since it shipped in.

The software is extremely easy to use once you get the hang of it, a lot of the kinks of the mouse are easy to work out.

Seriously, this is truly an amazing mouse that I recommend to any and all World of Warcraft fans.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Great mouse, one flaw (and it could be a deal breaker). 21 février 2015
Par Edward Yaekle - Publié sur
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This mouse looks very cool. Mine came without any software, but it was plug and play as a basic mouse. To use the extended features you'll need to search and find the real drivers and software. The aesthetics are very pleasing. The blue lights on both the mouse and base unit/charger bring me back to the night of WOTLK's release, when that snowy, blue and cold looking Ice Crown Citadel loading screen first popped up on my screen.

The only trouble I have had so far it that the scroll wheel squeaks like a mouse. I am going to try some graphite or something as it will soon become a deal breaker, if not. It works on any surface and has no lag. So far there has been no problem with the duration of a charge, but I am not playing MMO's anymore, either. I take it off the cradle in the morning and sit it back on there 12-16 hours later.
2.0 étoiles sur 5 *Edited 5 days before 1yr* (scroll down) 5 mai 2014
Par Steven W. Todd - Publié sur
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This is actually a great mouse. I have used the Steelseries Special Edition WoW mouse for years and had grown quite fond of it. I was staying at a friends house and the house had caught fire while we were asleep and I had to replace my mouse due to the water damage, so I started browsing the market.

This mouse looked like a great runner-up at the time, it had many buttons and was wireless! I play on a 50 inch television and sit around 10 feet away on a couch, so the wireless made it a plus.

I had read many reviews before my purchase and figured I would try it out, some reviews bad and some were good.

When the mouse arrived it was in a pretty bulky box, but very pretty. I inspected the mouse once out of its housing and it had all the right buttons in all the right places, since I had gotten used to the Special Edition over the years, but never used all of the buttons, some of them were just there to say it had more buttons, hard to reach places. So this mouses buttons were just right, just the ones I needed and not hard to find in a pinch.

The battery: will last me just over 2 days, and that's using it all day long, about 12-17 hours each day, the light set to low and pulse set to low. You don't really notice the light while youre playing anyways, your eyes are on the screen, not your hand. But charging it, oh ho, it takes just about as long to charge as it does to drain, I guess they don't wanna over-volt it, but the cool thing is that you can charge while you play! Basically turns it into a corded mouse.

The charging station: I have read several reviews that "the mouse doesn't sit naturally" "you have to wiggle the mouse just right to get it to charge"...This is not the case, perhaps they should have returned theirs for faulty manufacturing, or maybe they just try to hard? No, mine charges just fine simply and lightly placing it in its cradle, no wiggling necessary. However it does charge, but there is more room to "jam" it firmly into place, just not necessary to do so.

Wireless Communication: I had also read reviews that "the mouse randomly loses signal" "I have to play with the mouse plugged in" "I have to unplug and replug the cradle". Not for me, in the beginning I had a little trouble, But this came down to "The mouse choses what port it wants to be in" and that was kind of true. I had left the switch on my mouse *on* while I restarted my computer and it would not be picked up however many times I flipped it off and back on, I tried unplugging the cord from the cradle end *not the usb end* and that didn't work, I finally found another usb port and plugged it in while the mouse was *off* and its worked ever since. If you do accidentally restart your pc while the mouse is on, just simply turn it *off*, set it back in the cradle, remove it, turn the switch back *on* and viola! that solution works everytime.

Software: It is important to note that this mouse does not come with any software in the packaging I.E. no disk. Not even a pamphlet with a website direction. But a little google/bing goes along ways, you will need to find and download Steelseries Engine, this is the software that will let you change the lighting and button config, however it isn't necessary if you just want to use it as a mouse, but, if youre buying this badboy I highly doubt you just wanted a two button mouse in the first place.

All in all I would highly recommend this mouse to any gamer, whether you play 2 hours a day or 20. An excellent buy.

*EDIT* It is now march 23, 2015.
87 days into the purchase my mouse died, it just quit, wouldn't turn on at all, I figured the battery wires came loose or the cells died, I called Steelseries and they accepted my RMA as a faulty product and let me trade my mouse for another, in the original review I had stated that the mouse didn't come with any software, it does, but its in a black sleeve upside down in the box, I only found it because I flipped the box upside down and it fell out, I think there was a pc case sticker too.

Now 5 days before the one year mark this replacement mouse' laser died, the mouse still turns on and all the lights light up to tell me that its communicating with the base, and on windows desktop I can right click and have a menu pop up, but that's it, if I look at the bottom of the mouse you can normally see a small red light where the sensor is, but now you cant. Ive sent in another RMA to steelseries and am now waiting for a reply, with 5 days to go before the warranty expires im sure they will chock it up to *normal wear and tear* which they don't cover, but my fingers are crossed.

SUMMARY: this will be my second mouse to replace in under a year, for $130 purchase fee and $14 return shipping fee (per mouse) I would be weary of this purchase, this doesn't seem to be one of their best models of mice.

Heed these words friends, and best of luck.
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