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Cooler Master Announces New Peripherals at Computex

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Cooler Master, a global leader in designing and manufacturing innovative gaming peripherals and computer components, announces its new lineup of wireless peripherals and ultra-lightweight mouse at Computex 2019.

"Showcasing this new wireless lineup at Computex reflects the Cooler Master commitment to bring high-performing and innovative products to gamers and creative pros of all levels." says Bryant Nguyen, Peripheral General Manager.



Sleek. Sexy. Slim.
The SK851 is a new low profile mechanical keyboard specifically modified with professionals in mind. It is equipped with Omron low profile mechanical switches, Bluetooth 4.0 wireless connectivity, high capacity battery life up to 15 hours while backlit and up to five months without back lighting, full RGB per-key backlighting, and a LED ring all in a sexy space gray brushed aluminum design. Further customization can be done through Cooler Master's software suite. The SK851 will be available in linear and tactile switch options.



Unlock Your Inner Qi
The MM831 is Cooler Master's first wireless mouse providing a truly lag-free connectivity. It features dynamic four zone RGB lighting effects and houses a top-of-the line 3360 Pixart optical sensor for accuracy and speed along with up to 32,000 DPI. The durable PBT chassis reduces wear and tear, while Omron switches provide a 20M click reliability. The addition of hybrid wireless connectivity allows for 2.4GHz or Bluetooth operation, while Qi wireless charging provides users with the ultimate in cord-cutting convenience. The MM831 has a discrete removable magnetic top piece where users can store a USB dongle.



Hear the Difference
The MH670 is Cooler Master's first wireless gaming headset. Its 2.4GHz wireless connectivity combined with virtual 7.1 surround sound and a unidirectional boom mic delivers a lag-free cordless solution with high-quality audio to match. A 3.5mm connection is available for multi-platform compatibility, while everything is either detachable or foldable for superior portability. Posh, long-lasting comfort is provided through its swiveling cushioned ear cups.



Cooler Master has also announced two new wired gaming headsets, the MH650 and MH630. The MH650 is ideal for console and PC gamers and features virtual 7.1 surround sound and a unidirectional boom mic, ambient customizable RGB illumination, single USB connectivity for both consoles and PCs, a detachable cable, mic, and folding hinges for easy portability. The MH630 is simple yet powerful. It is equipped with 50mm Neodymium drivers to provide a rich sound quality and 3.5mm jack compatible across consoles, PCs, and mobile devices. Its detachable cable and mic make the MH630 an easy on-the-go option.



Minimal Weight, Maximum Performance
The MM710 is an ultra-lightweight mouse made with gamers in mind. Its proprietary honeycomb composite shell and lightweight soft braided yet durable cable drastically reduces weight to less than 52g. The MM710 harbors a pro-grade Pixart 3389 optical sensor adjustable up to 32,000 DPI and a sleek ambidextrous shape optimized for right-hand users.



Availability and Pricing:
  • SK851: $169.99 January 2020
  • MM831: $99.99 November 2019
  • MH670: $99.99 October 2019
  • MH650: $79.99 October 2019
  • MH630 $49.99 October 2019
  • MM710: $59.99 November 2019

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Why the feck would they design a couple of mouses to look like a pair of crocks?
 
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Why the feck would they design a couple of mouses to look like a pair of crocks?
Because it's what g4mur2 are looking for nowadays lol.
 
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Imagine something getting stuck inside that mouse
 

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The pope would love that mouse, it's very Holy (I know)
 
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Most of their peripherials on the last CES took a year to get to the stores, but some of them never made it ever since.
Dont know why they rush showing them so early.
 
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Why the feck would they design a couple of mouses to look like a pair of crocks?
ermm no more sweaty hands? and saving weight? really not that difficult to think of reasons why they would look like that...
 
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I like the mouse. I only hope it's easily disassembled so you can clean the crumbs out of its torso
 
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