Cooler Master treats you with new keyboards, mouse

Cooler Master treats you with new keyboards, mouse

Although Cooler Master is known for making mostly chassis and cooling solutions, the company also produces gaming keyboards and mice. This past week the company has introduced three new solutions that fall in this range – a new version of its Devastator keyboard/mouse combo and a new version of its QuickFire Rapid-I mechanical gaming keyboard.

The Devastator combo now offers a Red LED edition in addition to the standard Blue LED model. Both the mouse and the keyboard come with an ergonomic and ultra low-profile design that provides extra comfort for long hours of gaming. The keyboard boasts custom membrane keys while the mouse allows users to change the DPI settings on the fly. They can choose among 800/1600/2000 DPI.

The Cooler Master Storm QuickFire Rapid-I now comes with a model with Cherry MX Blue switches in addition to the current Cherry MX Brown model. Just like the first model the new version comes with a 32-bit ARM-based processor that provides responsive lighting effects provided by CM’s ActivLite Technology.

The new CM products are now available online where customers can purchase the Devastator combo for USD 29.99 and the CM Storm QuickFire Rapid-I keyboard for USD 149.99. Local availability is expected in the coming weeks.

Source: Cooler Master

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