Cooler Master presents Storm Octane keyboard and mouse combo

Cooler Master presents Storm Octane keyboard and mouse combo

Cooler Master, a leading maker of computer peripherals, has presented the Storm Octane keyboard and mouse combo that covers the whole gaming spectrum. The new combo comes as a result of the overwhelming success of the Devastator gaming keyboard and mouse combo and offers gamers a new way of gaming.

The Octane comes with 7 different backlighting color options to choose among and full backlighting and pulsating glow modes. Moreover the colors of the keyboard and the mouse can be changed independently for whatever color combination you are looking for.

Let’s take a look at the Octane keyboard – it comes with soft and silent keys, dedicated media control keys, a dedicated backlight switching key and a Windows key that you can toggle on and off when you are playing a game. The keyboard also has adjustable repeat rates and a 19-key anti-ghosting technology to make sure that none of your commands are ever missed, even when using hotkey modifiers.

The Octane mouse features an AVAGO 3050 optical sensor, which makes it very accurate. The mouse offers four DPI levels that range from 500 DPI to 3500 DPI. The mouse buttons are capable of handling up to 10 million clicks in its lifetime so you should not worry about it failing too soon.

The new CM Storm Octane sells for USD 42.

Source: Cooler Master

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