SteelSeries And Gunnar Optiks Unveil Scope Gaming Glasses

Posted: Oct 21 2010, 8:55am CDT | by , in News | Gaming Gear

 
SteelSeries and Gunnar Optiks Unveil Scope Gaming Glasses
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Glasses are for the PC gamer

SteelSeries is very well known in the gaming world for its line of gaming peripherals and gear. The company has teamed up with Gunnar Optiks to offer a new set of glasses that are designed to reduce eye fatigue and improve the gamers play.

The new glasses are called the SteelSeries Scope and are a rebrand of the Gunnar Optiks computer glasses that have been around for a while. The Scope glasses have custom frames and wide lenses for better peripheral vision.

The amber tint reduces glare and helps to sharpen sight on a computer screen. The glasses are available in prescription lenses and with plain lenses for gamers with normal vision. The Scope glasses will sell for $99.99 and can be ordered right now.

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