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Coolermaster / CM Storm Insomnia i49 Booth



/ 3 years ago

Cooler Master and their gaming branch, CM Storm, have a great booth here at Insomnia i49, with some games to play, prizes to be won and a chance to get hands on with their latest range of peripherals.

The most prominent was their new Aluminum range of peripherals, featuring removable metal plating that could them be painted, customised, engraved, whatever takes your fancy.

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A fully mechanical keyboard, again with removable metal components to allow for customisation, as well as a unique shaped wrist rest that forms a sort of carry handle on the left hand side.

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The mouse too features a similar metal design, with a metal and textured mouse scroll wheel adding some extra flair. The design looks fairly similar to the Havok, but that is no bad thing in my opinion.

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One of the maddest case mods I’ve ever see is the HAF Bike, yes it works! Both as a PC and as a bike… mental!

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There where also many regular favourites from the CM range on display, with everything from their headsets, keyboards and mice out on display for people to have a play with.

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Not content with just picking up their peripherals, CM also have a range of PC games to play, giving incentives to win prizes for people who perform well in each game, of course all of these systems were using CM products too.

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Another new product for CM is the Pitch headset, a proper gaming headset with in ear headphones, high quality in-line mic, flat non-tangle cable and some pretty hefty drivers.

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We’ve got even more great coverage of the CM Storm booth to bring you later, as well as even more from the show here at Insomnia i49.


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  • Wayne

    CM make really nice quality products at reasonable prices but I think they’ve taken the aluminium keyboard a step too far, it looks absolutely dreadful (at least it does to me). I like the look of their aluminium mouse but I wouldn’t fancy using it or that other aluminium plated monstrosity in winter though.