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The first time you lay eyes on an ultra-light gaming mouse that initial reaction will, at the very least, feature some confusion. As a specific style hardware makers basically remove plastic on the shell - via holes - to make it so light as to enter the realm of few pieces of paper. As the first ultra-light from SteelSeries the Aerox 3 Wireless is impressive.

Because it also offers up a long-lasting battery, quick charge, and the hassle-free freedom that comes from going cable-free.
The ‘Ultra Lightweight’ category of gaming mice has been something that has grown in popularity in recent years, especially for those that play competitive titles where fast and precise movement is important. And in going ‘Ultra’ it’s a series of mice that have all seemingly adopted a look best described as one made-up of ‘speed holes’. Where, just like high speed rockets or racing cards the shell of your everyday gaming mouse is stripped back in weight via the use of strategic holes in an almost beehive-like fashion. You know, speed holes.

The result sees the impressive SteelSeries Aerox 3 Wireless, the first of two Ultra Lightweight offerings from SteelSeries (as in there’s a wired option available too), keep its weight down to a remarkable 66-grams – and all without an attached cable and in a package that includes a rechargeable long-lasting battery that offers up-to 200-hours of continued usage when in Bluetooth mode. Even getting over a week of use with RGB lighting over standard wireless is impressive.

Our Full SteelSeries Aerox 3 Wireless Gaming Mouse Review



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