Corsair creates LED-enabled mouse pad

Corsair creates LED-enabled mouse pad

The US maker of computer memory and other PC accessories Corsair has announced the release of the new Mouseroost mouse pad. The new device comes with LED effects and other features that gamers might find to be really nice.

The Mouseroost is completely compatible with all other Corsair devices that carry the RGB abbreviation in their product names. For instance if you have a RGB mouse by Corsair it can connect to the Mouseroost and share its LED settings with the mouse pad so that the two devices can shine with the same color and in the same way. Speaking of this, the Mouseroost offers tens of visual effects and 16.7 million colors to play with so you may create some really unique combinations.

The new mouse pad targets gamers and hardware enthusiasts that want to add style to their PCs. The Corsair Mouseroost is available now for USD 160.

Source: Corsair

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