Professional gaming peripherals generally do not include cameras; although SteelSeries is trying to change that. The Sentry is a camera that tracks the player’s eye movements as they play games. This is apparently to train gamers to look at different parts of the screen faster and prevent them from getting too focussed on any one part for too long.
Developed in conjunction with Tobii Technology, the camera will track fixations per minute; similar to how some gamers are rated on their actions per minute. SteelSeries is currently working with professional gamers in order to set a baseline FPM for other to set their standards. Although this doesn’t exactly guarantee that a player who meets this baseline is any good, as it could mean that they are easily distracted from looking at things on the screen.
SteelSeries also announced an updated version of the Stratus; called the Stratus XL. The original Stratus was a pocket sized controller for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod. While the old one may have been a little small for most gamers to use comfortably, the new Stratus XL takes on a full size form. Bearing a resemblance to the Xbox controller, the Stratus XL looks more at home with a regular console, instead of an Apple peripheral.