Corsair Launches Line Of High-End Keyboards, Headsets And A Mouse Under New Gaming Brand

By Matthew Buzzi , Updated Sep 25, 2014 05:09 PM EDT
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Computer hardware company Corsair has announced the first products under its new brand Corsair Gaming including several new mechanical keyboards, headsets, mousepads, and a mouse.

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A trio of new mechanical keyboards lead the charge, coming in at different price points with various features. The highlight keyboards are the K70 RGB ($169) and K95 RGB ($189), which offer a 16.8 million color palettes and RGB switches (each key's color is adjustable) produced by German manufacturer Cherry. Both include media controls, and the K95 adds 18 programmable macro keys. The smaller K65 RGB ($150) will be a Best Buy exclusive in the U.S.

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On the mouse side, Corsair Gaming is introducing the M65 RGB Mouse. As the name suggests, it too offers color customization (16.8 million colors across three zones on the mouse) and boasts an 8,200 DPI laser sensor and weight tuning. The anodized aluminum M65 comes in black and white and will be sold for $69.99.

If you need a new surface for your new M65 or existing mouse, Corsair is launching a range of new mousepads. There's the cloth MM200 (4 different sizes priced $14.99 to $24.99), the textured polymer MM400 (2 sizes at $22.99 and $29.99), and the dual-sided ("speed" or "precision") MM600 with textured polymer, aluminum core, and rubber feet for $39.99.

Rounding out the new line of peripherals are the two headsets. The $99.99 H2100 offers 2.4 Ghz wireless, while the $79.99 H1500 is powered through USB 2.0 (both offer Dolby 7.1 Surround).

Check out the full lineup at gaming.corsair.com.

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