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Date: December 20th, 2006
Article by: Karl van der Walt (Hardware Reviewer)
Edited by: Nathan Glentworth (Owner / Head Editor)
Product was submitted by: Steel Series
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STEEL SERIES STEELSOUND 4H INTRODUCTION



Previously I reviewed SteelSeries' SteelSound 3H. Today I'm going to be looking at the 3H's bigger brother the 4H. Targeted at the mid level market the 4H seems to be an attempt at offering near 5H V2 sound at near 3H price. Read on to find out what this formula means to you.


As you can see the 4H is not as attractive to look at as its big brother the 5H V2 but at this price range looks should come second to performance.

 

STEELSERIES CORPORATE PROFILE


We want to become the proGamers preferred mousepad. We strive hard to keep up with the proGamers increasing demands for optimal accuracy. In order to comply with these demands we are constantly attempting to improve the performance of our products . A task that may seem just like our Steelpad: "Hard to break - not to get".


Nevertheless, improvements can always be taken on to a higher level, which is why we "Steel.. - nothing but accuracy"

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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