Latest Cooler Master Peripherals at Computex 2016
Peter Donnell / 3 years ago
Cooler Master rocked up to Computex this year with their latest and greatest peripherals. We already know the Masterkeys Pro, their gorgeous gaming keyboard, but now there’s a more pro looking version that comes with white LEDs instead of RGB, a little cheaper, but still every bit the same awesome keyboard to use.
Keeping up with their Maker theme, their new mice look super slick, but still offer up some easy customisation via removable side panels, allowing you to make it left/right handed, palm or fingertip grip and more, making it perfect for your gaming needs.
The Mastermouse Pro L features a 12000DPI optical sensor, RGB lighting and 8 programmable buttons, more than enough for any kind of gaming. The Mastermouse S is a little less extreme, but still very well equipped, as is the Lite S. One thing I am seeing, they’re all optical, and that makes me very happy as a gamer.
The next big range from Cooler Master is their Masterpulse headset range, with the Pro featuring BFX, Virtual 7.1, Parametric EQ, Voice Clarity and more in its advanced sound system, as well as LED lighting, USB connection and more. The standard Masterpulse still have BFX, but comes fitted with two powerful 42mm drivers and a 3.5mm jack.
This one is very interesting, and we’re eager to really get one into the office and test it properly. The Mem-Chanical switch equipped Masterkeys Lite L Combo RGB. It’s basically a high-end plunger switch combo, competitive priced and comes bundled with a 3500 DPI optical mouse. Both are full RGB and crammed full of features, so this is no doubt going to be a big hit for CM in the second half of 2016.