A few weeks ago, I was hanging out with some of my friends, when suddenly someone I did not know jumped into a conversation with me. About ten minutes later, I realize the guy just would not stop talking, even though I was clearly not interested in carrying on the discussion. When he started to go on about how the FBI wanted him because he knows some secret the American government does not want out (Seems legit -- I mean, we are in Canada), there was only one thing going through my head: How do I get out of there in a respectful manner? I texted my friend, who was sitting no more than two meters away from me watching Korean dramas on her phone, for advice. Much to my dismay, she told me there is nothing I can do based on her experience. As a last ditch attempt, I asked her to give me a phone call, so I could at least provide a plausible reason to walk away, to which she happily obliged. Within ten seconds, I was out of there. As you can see here, effective communication is important to get you out of critical situations. While we may not get into situations like these too often in the real world, I will not be too surprised if it happens quite frequently in the virtual world. Information delivered on time and acted on accordingly will always give you an upper hand, and SteelSeries understand this. To take it beyond the usual means of information delivery, such as using your headphones or computer monitor, the renowned manufacturer of computer peripherals thinks they can do so with what is traditionally an input device as well: Your mouse. Featuring an OLED display and customizable tactile alerts for real-time information and notifications to aid you in critical decision making, the Rival 700 is simply not your ordinary mouse. Excited? We are as well.