Corsair releases new gaming gear and more

Corsair releases new gaming gear and more

With years passing by we have started associating Corsair with high-quality memory, power supply units and other hardware components. Starting now we will relate the company to gaming gear as well.

The reason for this is that Corsair has created Corsair Gaming, which is a new division in the company, tasked with creating and selling high-quality PC gaming components. Products, created by Corsair Gaming, will combine Corsair’s engineering know-how and input provided by eSports professionals and gaming enthusiasts for more performance, style and comfort. To announce its existence Corsair Gaming has launched a number of gaming peripherals such as keyboards, mice and headsets that are sure to meet and exceed your needs.

“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.”

The list of new Corsair Gaming keyboards starts with the K95 RGB, K70 RGB and K65 RGB gaming keyboards. The new models combine a number of new technologies for unmatched gaming experience – German-made Cherry MX mechanical key switches, sleek design, ultra-precision components, sturdy aircraft grade aluminum for excellent longevity, 16.8 million multi-color per-key backlighting for virtually unlimited customization, on-board memory for storing profiles and settings and more. In addition to this the new Corsair Gaming RGB keyboards feature Corsair Utility Engine that allows users to create and customize their own lighting patterns, animations and macros.

The new keyboards are available now and they come with 2-year warranties. The K95 RGB sells for USD 189.99, the K70 RGB can be yours for USD 169.99, while the K65 RGB costs USD 149.99.

The Corsair Gaming keyboards are accompanied by the M65 RGB gaming mouse that features various gaming features and options. The M65 is available in black or white and includes three-zone 16.8 million color backlighting, a durable aluminum unibody chassis, an 8200 DPI gaming-grade sensor, a sniper button, a rubber-grip metal high-mass scroll wheel, eight programmable buttons, adjustable weight turning zones, on-the-fly DPI switching, high-capacity Omron switches rated at 20 million clicks and more. The Corsair M65 RGB gaming mouse comes with a 2-year warranty and a price of USD 69.99.

Finally we have the H2100 and H1500 headsets that belong to the same line of Corsair high-end gaming equipment. Available in wired and wireless versions the headsets offer Dolby 7.1 surround sound for accurate positional audio. The difference between the H1500 and the H2100 is that the H1500 keeps gameplay closer to the system, while the H2100 enables gamers to play for over 10 hours with up to 40 feet of unrestricted movement thanks to its wireless capabilities. The headsets feature micro-fiber wrapped memory foam earpads for comfortable gaming sessions, an advanced unidirectional noise-cancelling microphone, oversized 50 mm neodymium drivers for crystal clear audio and more. The new headsets come with a warranty of 2 years and sell for USD 79.99 (H1500) and USD 99.99 (H2100).

Source: Corsair

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