SteelSeries Xai

  • SteelSeries Xai
90
Based on 30 scores, 61 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    22
  • Good:
    6
  • Average:
    1
  • Bad:
    1

Pros:

  • Comfortable feel.
  • Solid software interface and feature set.
  • Ambidextrous design.

Cons:

  • Resistant.
  • Simple design.

Expert reviews and ratings

By TechSpot on

SteelSeries Xai Pro Gaming...

By DigitalVersus on

SteelSeries claims to have used user feedback and input to develop the Xai (and took three years doing so), which has a very different shape to the...

By XtremeComputing on

The Steelseries Xai has really given me food for throught on how much tweaking your mouse can help improve your gaming skills and by giving you the choice on how your mouse performs within different tasks using their fantastic software engine....

By TechReaction.net on

Overall the SteelSeries Xai Pro definitely shocked us with everything it could do and all of the customization options that we had at our fingertips. For an ambidextrous mouse, the Xai is comfy enough for extended gaming. No, it’s not the most...

By Gaming Nexus on 92

If you ask the everyday computer user the difference between computer mice, they will likely reply that they are all the same aside from some basic, physical differences. Gamers on the other hand know that this is completely false and there is in...

By Tech-Reviews UK on 80

The SteelSeries Xai Laser gaming mouse would be a great choice for any gamer, but costing £50, some may choose to buy cheaper, better alternatives. A couple of things that I didn’t like about the Xai Laser were that the DPI Profile button...

By Hardware Canucks on

Over the last two years or so, it seemed like every company was hell bent on releasing their own peripheral line to make a quick buck. We have seen our fair share of outlandish features, uncomfortable designs, sky high prices and dead end marketing...

By eTeknix on

COLOR=#000000] For most people, a mouse just does a single job, but for others there is no denying the value of having a proper gaming mouse. As games increase in complexity and improve their graphics the demand for evolving precision is being pushed to...

By Expert Reviews on 100

It’s not cheap, but the SteelSeries Xai has an excellent design and there are plenty of settings to configure....

By PC Mag on 70

Marketed as a first-person-shooter gaming mouse, the SteelSeries Xai succeeds in comfort and features, but falls short on the battlefield. Buy it...

By Real World Labs on

When testing the markets best mouse units it is very hard to come to a conclusion about which one is the best one of the bunch especially since the best for me and the other guys might as well be the worst for you. That was mainly the...

By Atomic MPC on 89

A fine effort from our Swedish pals, but not quite best of...

By Kitguru.net on 90

The SteelSeries Xai is one of the best performing gaming mice on the market and we recommend it to anyone who takes their gaming...

By TechRadar on 80

"The Xai is a tool, not a gadget." There's a lot more of this overblown hyperbole in the box for this terribly expensive mouse. It promises groundbreaking technical specifications and more. There's even a little LCD screen on the back to aid...

By CNET Australia on 90

The Xai is an excellent product that proves a mouse doesn't need to be custom-moulded to the right hand to be good for gaming. Throw in the detailed control panel and excellent performance, and you have a mouse that's well worth parting your...

By HEXUS.net on 100

The Xai is an excellent mouse, and definitely one worth your money. It performs well in all areas, looks very modest, and is extremely comfortable. The price, at around £60, may be out of reach of some gamers, but I feel the extra outlay is...

By LanOC Reviews on 100

After years of work designing and perfecting the Xai it's weird that there are almost no special features that stand out other than the LCD screen. After using the mouse for a few weeks, it was easy to see where all of their time went. Steel Series...

By Bit-tech.net on 60

Whether or not you should buy the Xai depends on how sensitive you are to the mounsing aids it can remove – if you find that your cursor isn’t quite following the path your hand pushes your ordinary mouse in, then it may be worth...

By XSReviews on 80

The Xai feels a bit of a self-contained anachronism. It's a foremost generation in terms of technological components, but a decade behind in terms of polish and refinement. There are a few mice out there with these kind of specifications, though,...

By BCCHardware on 92

Today we are going to take a look at a SteelSeries Xai laser pro gaming mouse. As you can guess, it was designed with gamers in mind. But how can it be any different than other mice? SteelSeries Xai Xai Package Back First Impression: At first...