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EpicGear .50Cal Gaming Set Detailed

Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, Jan 10, 2017.

  1. btarunr

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    When you think of gaming peripheral combos, you often imagine a pack of three entry-level peripherals (keyboard, mouse, headset), which come at a passable bargain together, but which you wouldn't buy in parts. EpicGear is out to change that perception with its new .50Cal gaming set. Housed in a premium carry case that no building security guard will let you pass without peeking into, is a monstrous combo of company's flagship Defiant EG MMS keyboard, flagship ZorA IR gaming mouse, a Thunderouz EG-AMP headset, GryphuZ mousepad, Scorpios mouse bungee, Defiant side-stand (headset stand), Defiant Tournament palm-rest, and a 24-key switch pack for the Defiant EG MMS keyboard.

    The Defiant EG MMS is the only mechanical keyboard in which you can not only replace the keycaps, but also hotswap the underlying mechanical switches, so you can have specific keys feel a certain way. The gaming set includes 24 such keys you can replace the keyboard's default Cherry MX Red keys with. Also included is the ThunderouZ EG-AMP, which features a 7-channel headphones amp. The ZorA IR, as its name suggests, comes with an infrared optical sensor, with 3,500 dpi resolution. The company didn't reveal pricing or availability information.

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    That's a nice case full of kit... I bet it costs an arm and a leg though.
     
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    But why the stupid name?
     
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