Corsair K95 Platinum RGB keyboard
The K95 Platinum is a refresh of Corsair's flagship gaming keyboard. This iteration can be equipped with either Cherry MX Speed or Brown switches. New to the K95 Platinum is 8MB of onboard memory to save custom key profiles and backlight effects. It also has a detachable rubber palm rest, six programmable macro keys, and full RGB backlighting with a light strip atop the brushed aluminum base.
HyperX Cloud Revolver S headset
The main draw of the Hyper X Cloud Revolver S is on-the-fly Dolby 7.1 virtual surround sound. The headset has a USB dongle that allows you to activate surround sound at the push of a button. The Revolver S has an aluminum frame with an auto-adjusting headband. The microphone is thick but difficult to tuck away.
HyperX Alloy RGB and FPS keyboard
The Alloy RGB keyboard is similar to the Alloy FPS in its build but will offer 16.8M colors, dedicated media keys with scrolling volume control, and buttons for backlighting control. The model we tried used Cherry MX Red switches.
Hyper X is also going to offer the original Alloy FPS keyboard with Cherry MX Brown and Red switches this month.
HyperX Pulsefire mouse
The Pulsefire is Hyper X's first attempt at a gaming mouse. It features rubber textures on both sides, red backlighting, and two programmable buttons on the left side. It's designed for a palm grip and is very lightweight.
Logitech G533 wireless headset
Logitech announced the G533 wireless headset during CES, and it's intended to be a more affordable version of their high-end G933. It charges through a micro-USB cord and lasts up to 20 hours on a full charge. The mic swings up and down and has a small pop filter. Volume control and a mic mute button are on the left earpiece. The G533 also features padded mesh earcups.
MSI Immerse GH70 headset
The Immerse GH70 headset offers virtual 7.1 surround sound through a USB dongle. It features an aluminum frame with an auto-adjusting headband, and its earcups are comfortable to wear. The microphone design makes it easy to tuck away.
MSI Vigor GK80 keyboard
The Vigor GK80 keyboard is a full 16.8 million color backlit mechanical keyboard. It comes with a detachable palm rest and metallic construction. The GK80 comes equipped with Cherry MX Red switches.
MSI Clutch GM70 mouse
The Clutch GM70 comes with several parts for customization. The face of the mouse snaps in and out, and both sides can be swapped with different grips. The Clutch features full RGB backlighting. You can also use it wirelessly if you remove the cord.
Roccat Kone EMP mouse
The Kone EMP from Roccat is a new mouse that follows the design of the previous Kone XTD. It's intended for gamers with larger hands or those who prefer to use the palm-grip method. The Kone EMP features a 12,000 DPI optical sensor and has full RGB backlighting. It also features two programmable side buttons and a braided cord.
Roccat Leadr mouse
The Leadr is Roccat's first wireless mouse, and it boasts a 2.4GHz wireless signal and 1000Hz polling rate. It features a charging stand that locks the mouse into place. It can also be charged when used as a wired mouse by way of the packaged cable. The Leadr has a single-axis thumb paddle which offers analog input in addition to its extra programmable buttons.
Roccat ISKU+ Force FX keyboard
The ISKU+ Force FX is an iteration on Roccat's membrane ISKU keyboards. A new feature on this model is the pressure-sensitive WASD and QWER keys. This will allow for varied in-game movement speeds that are generally exclusive to analog sticks. The ISKU+ Force FX will have full programmable RGB backlighting and a built-in palm rest.
ASUS ROG Strix Evolve mouse
ASUS showed off a new set of mice and one of the standouts was the ROG Strix Evolve. It comes with four interchangeable tops for different ergonomic preferences. The mouse features a textured side grip, two side buttons, and full RGB customizability.
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