SteelSeries unveils full line of Medal of Honor gaming gear

SteelSeries offers special Medal of Honor peripherals.

Published Thu, Oct 14 2010 12:02 PM CDT   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 12:33 PM CST
SteelSeries has been making gaming peripherals for a long time now. The company bought the rights to one of the coolest gaming keyboards on the market that has interchangeable keysets a while back. SteelSeries is supporting that keyboard with new keysets that are specifically made for certain game titles like the Medal of Honor game from EA that is coming soon. EA has announced a keyset for the Shift along with several other peripherals.


The MoH keypad for the Shift keyboard will sell for $24.99 alone or with a bundle including the keyset and the Shift keyboard for $99. If interchangeable keysets isn't your bag, a special version of the 6Gv2 keyboard with MoH images printed on it will be available for $99.99 as well. If you like your current keyboard and mouse, but want some MoH bling there will be a version of the QcK mouse pad with artwork from the game for $14.99.

A special edition of the Xai gaming mouse with imagery will be offered for $89.99 with all the features of the standard Xai mouse in tow. The final MoH gear from SteelSeries includes a couple different sets of headphones .The 5Hv2 headphones are designed to be travel friendly and can be broken down into three pieces and have a retractable mic. The 5xb headphones are specifically aimed at Xbox 360 gamers. Both of the special edition headphones will launch in January at undisclosed prices. All of the other gear will land along with the game launch.

Shane is a long time technology writer who has been writing full time for over a decade. Shane will cover all sorts of news for TweakTown including tech and other topics. When not writing about all things geeky, he can be found at the track teaching noobs how to race cars.

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