Peripherals

Go MSI Crazy – GH50 Headset, GK50 TKL Keyboard & GM41 Mouse Review

I love my peripherals, I chop and change them all the time, but it’s rare that I get to test a single brand of peripherals together. So, I reached out to MSI and asked them for a Keyboard, a Mouse and a Headset, so that I could really get the vibe of what it’s like to live the solely MSI gamer life. They’re all mid-to-high-end peripherals, so not cheap, but certainly not hyper-expensive either, and all-in you can get the keyboard, the mouse, and the headset for a total of around £215.

That may sound like a lot of money to some, and fair enough, £215 doesn’t get spent unnoticed. However, let’s take a look at what you’ll get for your investment. A feature-packed multi-connectivity wireless headset with a detachable unidirectional microphone, a low-profile RGB-riddled slim mechanical gaming keyboard with the Kailh Choc White switches, and a lightweight (74 grams) wireless gaming mouse that features an impressive 20,000 DPI sensor and supports Nvidia Reflex. Obviously, that’s skimming the features list, but honestly, you’re getting some pretty slick gaming hardware here, stocked with competitive gaming-focused features.

MSI Immerse GH50 Gaming Headset

  • 7.1 VIRTUAL SURROUND SOUND & HAPTIC FEEDBACK – The IMMERSE GH50’s headphones feature virtual 7.1 surround sound coupled with rumble feedback to deliver a highly immersive soundscape with perceptible distance & depth
  • 40MM NEODYMIUM DYNAMIC DRIVERS & RGB MYSTIC LIGHT – The earphones feature 40mm neodymium dynamic drivers with 32-ohm impedance, soft noise-isolating ear cushions & closed back design; RGB lighting customizable with MSI Mystic Light
  • DETACHABLE UNIDIRECTIONAL MIC – Features a unidirectional mic with precision-targeted voice input for multiplayer gaming sessions; For single-player use, watching films, or listening to music, the microphone can be detached
  • MSI CENTER & TRAVEL-READY DESIGN – The GH50 GAMING HEADSET is supported by MSI Center’s advanced audio software; Features a foldable design with an adjustable headband; A carry pouch keeps the headset in pristine condition when on the go
  • ADVANCED CONTROLLER & USB CONNECTIVITY – Inline controls include volume, microphone switch, vibration on/off & virtual 7.1 surround sound activation; Employs a 2.2m low-resistance braided cable with USB 2.0 connector for multi-platform compatibility

MSI Vigor GK50 Low Profile TKL Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

  • LOW PROFILE MECHANICAL SWITCHES – Kailh Choc White switches require just 1.5mm of pre-travel & 3mm of total travel distance for faster responsiveness with clearly audible & tactile actuation; 50+ million keystrokes lifespan per key
  • COMPACT TKL LAYOUT – The GK50 TKL employs a tenkeyless layout with an ergonomic low profile of only 34mm (compared to a standard 46mm) & variable pitch keycap design for improved comfort; Features octagonal-shaped keycaps and tilt-adjustable feet
  • PER-KEY RGB MYSTIC LIGHT READY – MSI Center software enables unique personalized RGB lightings per key & supports macros; Onboard memory can store up to 3 saved profiles
  • PRO-GAMING ORIENTED – The 6+N key rollover & full key anti-ghosting ensure no signal conflict or missed key presses by automatically switching between 6 and N key rollover to ensure a confident & precise gaming experience
  • CUSTOMIZABLE, ON-THE-GO GAMING – The Vigor GK50 Low Profile TKL includes a travel-friendly detachable USB Type-C cable & a travel bag to protect against scratching; Includes a keycap remover & 2 additional convex keycaps for extra customisation

MSI Clutch GM41 Lightweight Wireless Gaming Mouse

  • 80 HOURS GAMEPLAY PER CHARGE – The lightweight mouse (74g) can be fully charged in 90 minutes for up to 80 hours of gameplay; 10-minute charges deliver up to 9 hours of usage; Features ultra-durable OMRON switches (60m clicks) for L & R buttons
  • 20000 DPI & NVIDIA REFLEX SUPPORTED – A PixArt PAW-3370 optical sensor with 400 IPS and up to 20K DPI supports customizable sensitivity; NVIDIA Reflex Latency Analyzer-supported devices can sync & display real-time latency
  • SYMMETRICAL & SLIM DESIGN – A slim symmetrical form is suitable for either left or right-handed palm & claw grips; Diamond-patterned anti-slip grips and PTFE skates help improve handling
  • RGB MYSTIC LIGHT READY – An illuminated MSI Dragon logo displays millions of colours & 4 lighting effects that can be conveniently assigned through hotkey combinations or via software (PC only)
  • WIRELESS CONNECTIVITY – The CLUTGH GM41 LIGHTWEIGHT WIRELESS employs the latest 2.4G wireless technology for minimal latency; includes a single USB 2.0 port dock for charging and wireless connectivity

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Peter Donnell

As a child still in my 30's (but not for long), I spend my day combining my love of music and movies with a life-long passion for gaming, from arcade classics and retro consoles to the latest high-end PC and console games. So it's no wonder I write about tech and test the latest hardware while I enjoy my hobbies!

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