Finalmouse Air58 vs Steelseries Rival 310

Roughly same sized mice, the Rival 310 is an ergonomic mouse shape, the Air58 is an ambidextrous mouse.

The Rival 310 has a slightly better shape in my opinion when factoring in the grips, it's a much more fluid mouse to control with despite it being slightly larger, it didn't feel that way.

Sensors are a draw between these mice, both have a perfect sensor. Buttons are also fairly equal.

The Air58 has a better cable than the Rival 310, super light cloth versus the rubber. The 310 cable, however is still pretty good.

If you don't have a shape preference, I would pick the Rival 310, the Air58 is great but its price makes it not such a good value, especially when compared to the value the Rival 310 brings.


Side-by-Side Comparison

Mouse nameFinalmouse Air58 NinjaSteelseries Rival 310
PictureFinalmouse Air58 Ninja - Check Priceread review
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Steelseries Rival 310 - Check Priceread review
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Buttons2 primary clicks: left and right
2 side buttons
Scroll middle click
DPI switcher below scroll wheel
2 Primary Buttons
1 Middle Scroll Button
1 DPI Button
2 Side buttons
SensorPixart PMW3360TrueMove 3
Cable/WirelessSoft braided cordSoft rubber cable
Battery LifeN/AN/A
SoftwareNo software:
DPI settings are preprogrammed on the Air58:

Step 1: 400 DPI
Step 2: 800 DPI
Step 3: 1600 DPI
Step 4: 3200 DPI
Steelseries Game Engine Software:
RGB lighting settings including add-on PrismSync options
DPI/CPI stepping
Polling Rate
Angle Snapping
Saved profiles on the mouse
Button remapping
Macro recording
Warranty3 year warranty2 year warranty
ProsInsanely light
Best cable found on a gaming mouse
Solid construction despite the speed holes
Great weight for size
Comfortable shape
Solid responsive buttons
Good value
ConsVery hard to find, very expensive
QC concerns
Nothing major sticks out, a matter of shape preference in a crowded space for medium/large mice

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