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Corsair Unleashes Corsair Gaming RGB Keyboards, RGB Mice, and Headsets

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Corsair, a leader in PC hardware, today launched Corsair Gaming, a new division within the company dedicated to the elevation of PC gaming and the development of high-performance PC peripherals. Forged from Corsair's engineering know-how and developed alongside eSports professionals and gaming enthusiasts, Corsair Gaming products are driven by a philosophy of performance, style, and comfort. Corsair Gaming's first salvo is the immediate worldwide release of the much-anticipated range of RGB keyboards and mice.

"For 20 years, Corsair has equipped gamers with high-performance, precision hardware to build their dream PCs. Corsair Gaming now introduces new ways for PC gamers to optimize how they play," said Andy Paul, Corsair President and CEO. "We've brought together our engineering expertise and our passion for gaming to build a line of products that delivers performance, customized for however you play."





K95 RGB, K70 RGB, and K65 Gaming Keyboards
With their color-customizable, 16.8 million color backlighting, the K95 RGB, K70 RGB, and K65 RGB are the headliners of the Corsair Gaming brand. All three keyboards use only German-made Cherry MX RGB mechanical key switches as part of an exclusive-to-launch partnership with Cherry.

Each key switch is built with the exacting precision of Cherry's self-cleaning, corrosion-proof Gold-Crosspoint electrical contacts, and with over five billion sold, Cherry MX mechanical key switches are the premier choice of professional gamers and enthusiasts who demand uncompromising reliability and performance. Combined with Corsair Gaming's distinctive aircraft-grade aluminum baseplate, Cherry MX RGB key switches deliver a professional-level gaming keyboard that ensures both consistency and accuracy with the touch of every key.

The K95, K70, and K65 RGB keyboards exhibit Corsair's hallmark features: sleek design, ultra-precision components, and sturdy aircraft-grade aluminum construction that guarantee long-lasting performance.

Powerful Corsair Utility Engine (CUE) software enables the creation of unlimited lighting effects and macros, from solid colors that can highlight key groupings, to smooth gradients, dramatic waves and captivating ripple patterns. These customization options let gamers match their PC system lighting, find gaming keys faster, and provide critical visual feedback for executing in-game objectives.

Corsair Gaming understands that gamers demand choice when it comes to their hardware, so the K95, K70, and K65 RGBs cater to your every need - including size. All three support complete macro programmability on any key, with the K95 RGB offering an additional array of 18 dedicated macro keys and dedicated media-keys. In contrast, the compact 10-keyless K65 RGB removes the number pad and media keys for a desk-space-saving design, while the K70 RGB offers the standard keyboard layout and media keys that have already made its predecessor the choice for serious gamers.

  • 100% German-made Cherry MX RGB mechanical Red, Blue, or Brown key switches (K65 RGB available with Red key switches)
  • 16.8 million multicolor per-key backlighting for virtually unlimited customization
  • Corsair Utility Engine (CUE) enables users to create and customize their own lighting patterns, animations, and macros
  • Aircraft-grade black anodized brushed aluminum for superior rigidity
  • 100% anti-ghosting with full key rollover on USB
  • Onboard memory stores performance and lighting settings
  • Two-year warranty
  • K95 RGB: $189.99 MSRP
  • K70 RGB: $169.99 MSRP
  • K65 RGB: $149.99 MSRP (available exclusively from Best Buy in the US, and other retailers worldwide)

M65 RGB Gaming Mouse
The M65 RGB gaming mouse - available in black or white - continues Corsair Gaming's focus on RGB color customization. This high-end gaming mouse goes beyond the industry standard with built-in three-zone 16.8 million color backlighting. Housed on a durable aluminum unibody chassis, the 8,200 DPI, gaming-grade laser sensor helps gamers make their mark, with a sniper button ensuring the most critical of shots stays on target. Charging the battlefield with a rubber-grip metal high-mass scroll wheel, eight programmable buttons, and adjustable weight turning zones, the M65 RGB mouse balances precise control and intelligent tracking with innate comfort and style.

  • Three-zone backlighting with up to 16.8 million colors for virtually infinite customization
  • Custom-tuned 8,200 DPI gaming-grade laser sensor for pixel-precise tracking
  • High-capacity Omron switches rated for 20 million clicks for years of precise triggering
  • Aircraft-grade aluminum baseplate for light weight and durability
  • Adjustable weight system helps set the center of gravity to match play style
  • Eight strategically placed buttons, including a dedicated sniper button with improved positioning
  • On-the-fly DPI switching to instantly match mouse speed to gameplay demands
  • Two-year warranty
  • $69.99 MSRP

H2100 and H1500 Headsets
The Corsair Gaming H1500 and H2100 Headsets are part of Corsair's new line of high-performance gaming equipment. Joining the K95, K70, and K65 RRB Keyboards and M65 RGB Mice, the H1500 and H2100 Headsets fully immerse gamers - and their ears - in battle. In both wired and wireless options, the Corsair Gaming Headsets offer Dolby 7.1 surround sound for accurate positional audio that captures the acoustic environment of every moment of gameplay. The H1500 keeps gameplay closer to the system, while the H2100 enables gamers to play for over ten hours with up to 40 feet of unrestricted movement, combining epic audio and optimum comfort without the hassle of wires.

  • Genuine Dolby 7.1 surround sound for complete immersion
  • Micro-fiber wrapped memory foam earpads for comfortable gaming sessions
  • Advanced unidirectional noise-cancelling microphone
  • Oversized 50mm neodymium drivers for crystal clear audio
  • H2100 headset offers wireless freedom up to 40 feet and over 10 hours per charge
  • Two-year warranty
  • $79.99-$99.99

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You know, One of these decades I REALLY need to upgrade My keyboard....Using this one from the apple IIE is getting Old ;) . This backlighting Looks like it would be nice for Gaming in a dark room.
 
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Mech keyboards need to be made more affordable, not less. This is a step backwards IMO.
 
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...and when Christmas comes you can put it on top of your Christmas tree...


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the headset looks good, i dunno the keyboard gets more bling bling tends to more expensive and easy got problem, like dim led or dead led
 
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Mech keyboards need to be made more affordable, not less. This is a step backwards IMO.
B-b-but, then how would we be able to brandish our peripheral epeens if all those ghetto plebeians could afford it?!

On a more serious note, there have people clamoring for years for full RGB lighting on mechanical keyboards but the response was that there wasn't a way to fit three LEDs onto such keys. Now there is. So the price premium isn't unexpected. There are still plenty of (relatively) more affordable mechanical keyboards out there without the RGB lights bringing up the cost.

Also, it should be noted that the K70 RGB lacks the USB passthrough feature that the original K70 (non-RGB) had.
 
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A guy at my local gym has a tattoo looking exactly like that logo and I'm sure he is not the type Corsair would like to have as a mascot.
 
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I want the k70rgb. Perfect for when you need your game specific keys and you can't remember the layout.
 
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UGH, no RGB for the headset. pass......


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Finally! A K65 with LED and wrist rest!
I honestly don't need full RGB though, white or red will suffice.
Well, hope I see the RGB K65 on sale in the future. I still really want it.
 
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Have you noticed that their new gaming lineup is called 'Corsair Gaming', looks like no more 'Vengeance Gaming' from Corsair. I liked the Vengeance naming, oh well, small thing.
 

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Really like Corsair mech keyboards but always fail to give full program-ability which i require would of been nice to see more keys added for a lefty too not just for a right handed person.

Looks awesome fails every were else for me.
 
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In the "rainbow" effect wagon, I think Logitech is going the right way. With their new gaming mech keyboard. I mean they panted this new switches that are supposedly quieter than the "regular" switches. That has always been my main complaint about mech keyboards. It looks minor to some, but I find them rly loud.
 
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In the "rainbow" effect wagon, I think Logitech is going the right way. With their new gaming mech keyboard. I mean they panted this new switches that are supposedly quieter than the "regular" switches. That has always been my main complaint about mech keyboards. It looks minor to some, but I find them rly loud.
IMO only blue switch is annoyingly loud.
 
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