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Corsair unveils PC Gaming Range of Peripherals
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Corsair unveils PC Gaming Range of Peripherals

by BarrySeptember 22, 2014

Corsair, best known for their PC Components have branched out into PC Gaming Peripherals including Mice and Keyboards.

The Corsair Gaming Range has been developed alongside E-Sports teams and is said to be the best for gamers.

The Range features the K95, K70 and K65 Keyboards which boast features such as:


•    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

There is also the M65 Gaming Mouse which features:


•    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

As well as the Keyboard and Mice there is also the H2100 and H1500 Headsets which feature:


•    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

The Keyboards start from £78, the Mice at £42 and the Headsets at £48 and all appear to be available immediately. We hope to be featuring these products in an upcoming buyers guide/test of the best pc gaming peripherals out there at the moment.


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Barry is the owner of Computers N Stuff. When not writing about games he can be found glowing radioactive and spending time with his son who he is trying to brainwash into games.

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