Wednesday, August 12th 2020

MSI Announces Vigor GK50 ELITE, Clutch GM08, and Vigor WR01 WRIST REST

MSI, leader in true gaming hardware, is proud to announce the VIGOR GK50 ELITE series Gaming Keyboard, CLUTCH GM08 Gaming Mouse and VIGOR WR01 Wrist Rest to provide more choices for mainstream gamers with a determination to win and a refined gaming design. Strikingly Sleek for Gaming - GK50 ELITE releases with two types of mechanical switches, Kailh Box white and Kailh blue. Both switches are clicky, meaning they have both a tactile and audible click when pressing. The box white switch offers better stability, a crisper typing experience, better durability at 80 million actuations and IP56 water- and dust resistance.
  • High-low keycap design with comfort: Fine tune the lightning of your gear, create profiles, macros and sync up all your RGB hardware with Dragon Center.
  • Aircraft-Grade Aluminium: A brushed anodized aluminium frame makes the keyboard extremely sturdy, giving you a solid base for the most intense gaming.
  • Stunning per-key RGB lighting and various effects: VIGOR GK50 ELITE comes with stunning per-key RGB lighting and over 8 effect presets using the hotkeys. Numlock and Cap indicators also change for 100% effect across the whole keyboard.
  • Stand your ground in battle: The extremely steady Gaming Base right under the space bar provides increased support and improves anti-slip performance while gaming or typing.
  • Hotkeys for rapid control: Customize your keyboard lightning, set your direction, colors or mode and enjoy multiple media controls out of the box with dedicated hotkeys.
  • Supported by Dragon Center: Customize your keyboard lightning, set your direction, colors or mode and enjoy multiple media controls out of the box with dedicated hotkeys.
CLUTCH GM08 Gaming Mouse
Game With Unrivaled Comfort - The Clutch GM08 is a nice weapon for gamers looking for adjustable weight to have an excellent control in game. The mouse can be wielded by both left- and right-handed gamers thanks to its symmetrical shape. A line-engraved scroll wheel and side grips give you great precision and a comfy feel.
  • Accurate optical sensor: A state of the art PixArt PAW 3519 optical sensor with a DPI of up to 4200 allows for fast and accurate tracking.
  • Durable build quality: Enjoy years of gaming with switches rated for over 10 Million clicks and a gold-plated USB connector.
  • Adjustable weight system: Make the mouse as light or heavy as you want with the adjustable weight system.
  • On the fly change: Instantly cycle through five DPI presets to adjust your accuracy for every situation.
VIGOR WR01 Wrist Rest
The VIGOR WR01's ergonomic shape provides gamers with optimal comfort and support with any full size keyboard. The cloth surface is smooth and cool to the touch which is made from ice silk lycra with an antibacterial coating. A specially engineered memory foam keeps gamer's hands cool and comfortable during gaming sessions. The rubber base is breathable and anti-slip, making it more stable on your desk.
Dragon center
A brand-new software package which integrates all MSI products into one platform. Customizing your MSI products performance and detailed settings are just a click away. RGB Mystic Light which controls RGB LED effects is now also integrated into the MSI Dragon Center.
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9 Comments on MSI Announces Vigor GK50 ELITE, Clutch GM08, and Vigor WR01 WRIST REST

#1
bonehead123
hummm...

anutha day, yet anutha "new" set of "gamming" rodents & KB's....

geeze, I'm so impressed I just can't stand it :peace:..:eek:..:cry:
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#2
Chomiq
Finally something (hopefully) more widely available that uses Kailh Box White.
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#3
Dristun
Another clacky loud kb. Meh. When will someone make a kb near-silent without feeling mushy? Now that would be a revolution.
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#4
Th3pwn3r
I will no longer be buying anything from MSI after LinusTT and GamersNexus outed them for being huge scumbags.
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#5
thesmokingman
I'm shocked the wrist rest doesn't have RGB!!!
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AnarchoPrimitiv
I've said it before and I'll say it again, there are definitely not enough black, full size, RGB keyboards on the market
Th3pwn3r
I will no longer be buying anything from MSI after LinusTT and GamersNexus outed them for being huge scumbags.
I find it funny that you're citing LTT and GN as the source of this information while simultaneously ignoring the fact that LTT stated that those actions were from a smaller, regional office and did not come from the MSI central office.... I really don't care about MSI myself, but LTT did state that they did not believe the central office to be responsible.
Dristun
Another clacky loud kb. Meh. When will someone make a kb near-silent without feeling mushy? Now that would be a revolution.
Personally, I love blue switches, the stiffer and clackier the better, but I will have to say that I am absolutely mystified as to how anyone can claim to enjoy typing on red switches.... In my opinion red switches are very close to the mush of a membrane keyboard, but I suppose they tolerate the abysmal typing experience so that they can fool themselves into believing that red switches somehow make them a 1337 "gamer".
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Th3pwn3r
AnarchoPrimitiv
I've said it before and I'll say it again, there are definitely not enough black, full size, RGB keyboards on the market



I find it funny that you're citing LTT and GN as the source of this information while simultaneously ignoring the fact that LTT stated that those actions were from a smaller, regional office and did not come from the MSI central office.... I really don't care about MSI myself, but LTT did state that they did not believe the central office to be responsible.


Personally, I love blue switches, the stiffer and clackier the better, but I will have to say that I am absolutely mystified as to how anyone can claim to enjoy typing on red switches.... In my opinion red switches are very close to the mush of a membrane keyboard, but I suppose they tolerate the abysmal typing experience so that they can fool themselves into believing that red switches somehow make them a 1337 "gamer".
And I find it funny you're defending MSI. Do you have investments? A company and is the sum of its parts is it not? Also, if you didn't watch what Steve had to say then you might be surprised that none of this was a one off.
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Turmania
Th3pwn3r
I will no longer be buying anything from MSI after LinusTT and GamersNexus outed them for being huge scumbags.
I have not bothered watching LTT and GN for a while, so what is the fuss all about?
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Th3pwn3r
Turmania
I have not bothered watching LTT and GN for a while, so what is the fuss all about?
Long story short MSI tries to silence reviewers if they had anything negative to say. Even through payment of some form.
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