The headset's huge popularity has grown among gamers worldwide
because of its crisp soundscape and has moved into music and fashion
audiences because of its unique design - now in red! Endorsed by Counter-Strike player FnaticMSI.Ins!
The new Siberia Red will be at the Sharp &ProGamerGamers Lounge and
in the DJ booth where SteelSeries' is presenting their own twist on the
lounge through a unique mix of electronica, house, trance and retro
gaming beats. The Gamers Lounge will feature console and PC Gaming, as
well as a chance to go head to head with Team Fnatic during the three
day E For All Expo.
The headset's huge popularity has grown among gamers worldwide because
of its crisp soundscape and has moved into music and fashion audiences
because of its unique design. The SteelSeries Siberia Full-size Headset
- Frequency response: 18 - 28.000 Hz
- Impedance: 40 Ohm
- SPL@1kHz, 1V rms: 99 - 104 dB
- Cable length: 1,0 m + 1,8 m = 2,8 m / 9,2 ft.
- Jack: 3,5 mm (6,3 mm converter included)
- Frequency response: 80 - 15.000 Hz
- Impedance: 2K Ohm
- Pick-up pattern: Uni-directional
- Sensitivity (1V/P@1 kHz): -38 dB
- Click design, can be attached to cord, screen or clothing
With an MSRP of €64.99 EUR, the SteelSeries Siberia Full-size Headset
(Red), will be shipped in Q4 2008 and available from SteelSeries.com,
Amazon.com and other resellers.
Endorsed by Counter-Strike player FnaticMSI.Ins!
I am back from the dead almost and this month there should be hopefully
more activity from my end. But first we start off with the Kinzu
review. Arriving at my place nicely bubble wrapped and properly packed.
The Kinzu was the same size I assumed it to be, a smaller mouse capable
of helping me own people.
Like my last review (on the Slappa bag) I’ll be grading the Kinzu on the following points and on 10.
Prior to this I have used 2 "pro-mice”, the Razer Diamondback (non-3G
and during Fnatic and Razer days) and the SteelSeries Ikari Laser. I
have played mostly RTS games and to be precise – Warcraft 3 &
StarCraft. The Diamondback was the first pro mouse I had used and it
fitted me perfectly, I never ever had a problem in RTS with it. When I
switched to the Ikari Laser, I didn’t like it at all. It’s size was
such a turn off but add the fact that I wasn’t used to using a mouse
like it and it was extremely hard. Eventually I got semi used to it and
for some reason due to the size of the mouse, my palms used to sweat a
lot (I don’t have sweaty palms). I think it’s because of the strain
that was on my hand since I wasn’t used to a mouse like that.
When SteelSeries announced the Kinzu, I lapped up the opportunity to
try it out. The experience has been extra-ordinary. Its size is perfect
for me (fitting more than perfectly). I haven’t added any glidez, also
I have only used the QCK+ Fnatic Mousepad for this review. I tested it
across Unreal Tournament, Warcraft 3 (Extensively) & StarCraft (to
the least extent).
To gain complete control, mastery and optimization you WILL need to
download the drivers from the SteelSeries website, it takes about
5minutes to set up. Unless you want to work on it a little more and
tweak it in depth (I suspect a RTS user might prefer a high sense and
not much in depth tweaking). You get 3 customizable profiles.
Now that the introduction is done, let’s move on to the review.
After Team Poland win the champion title, they sang (roared) the song with full of excitement!
" We finally have the gold, we'll never give it back!" (Watch their songs in polish version on the last VOD attached.)
WCG 2009 Grand Final Battlefield, the best gamers in the world competed
to become the best player of the world. Lots of great matches and
dramas filled the venue, and people cheered and shared those exciting
these unforgettable highlights of WCG 2009, the Counter Strike Final
match was definitely a legendary match. On the last day of Grand Final,
two world-clan, Fnatic and Again (A.K.A Team Poland), started their
battle at the main stage. More than 10,000 spectators completely filled
the venue, to watch the match of the best.
final matches were indeed fierce. Again lead the first set at the
beginning, and it seemed promising that the Polish will get the first
set. But Fnatic was never easy to get over. Fnatic persistently made
deuce point for the several extended matches up to 26-26 and finally
Again got the first set with 28-26. The first set lasted about 90
minutes, with full of palm wetting tensions.
The Siberia v2. Simple as that - at least according to Gear Live. Writer Alex Lifschitz explains why:
"…The headset itself is very, very comfortable -
I’ve been able to wear it for hours without my ears hurting, thanks in
part to the plush feax-leather lining. The quality is superb, with deep
bass and effective surround sound, but for me, the it’s the little
things that count - such as the retractable microphone hidden in the
earcups themselves. Best of all, you can have this luxury for just slightly under a benjamin on Amazon.”