TteSports Unveil Their Updated Peripherals for 2014 at Computex 2014
Peter Donnell / 2 years ago
Computex 2014: TteSports had some great new products on display on their booth this year, and while there was very little complete “new” products, they’ve taken some of their most popular ranges and updated them for 2014. First up we have the latest Cronos headset, I loved the original, but TteSports have revised the oversized microphone boom, in favour of a retractable microphone on a flexible boom, as well as a few other minor ergonomic tweaks. This means the headset is much more viable for wearing outside, and will now double up as headphones without looking too much like a desktop headset.
The latest Challenger keyboard offers loads of features for a membrane keyboard, including dedicated macro keys on the left side, M function keys on the top row, dedicated multimedia keys and jog wheel, LED back lighting and a built in wrist rest design.
The Ventus offers a really cool design, similar to that of a cut-down Level 10M gaming mouse, 5700 DPI laser sensor, an ambidextrous design and coolest of all (quite literally) is the ventilated design, helping prevent getting a sweaty palm after long gaming sessions.
This beastly looking thing offers a 3000 DPI optical sensor, ambidextrous layout, removable side panels to adjust the overall feel of the mouse, side thumb buttons and very bold looking RGB back lighting.
The Shock 3D takes their already popular PC headset and adds virtual 7.1 surround, EQ effects and a very aggressive new design, not sure I like the looks of this one, but we look forward to testing its performance in the coming weeks.