[Computex 2019] Cooler Master Reveals Latest Wireless Pheripherals
At this year’s Computex 2019, Cooler Master took the time in introducing their latest wireless peripheral lineup that includes a new low profile mechanical keyboard, a gaming mouse with Qi wireless charging, and also a new 7.1 surround sound headphone.
First up is the new Cooler Master SK851 keyboard. It’s equipped with Omron low profile mechanical switches and comes with Bluetooth 4.0 wireless connectivity. Its battery life offers up to 15 hours of juice backlit and up to five months without the lighting, which is rather impressive.
It comes with a full RGB per-key backlighting and LED ring all in a space gray brushed aluminum design. You can also customize it even further through Cooler Master’s software suit. The SK851 will be available in a linear switch option and a tactile switch option, similar to a blue switch.
Up next is the Cooler Master MM831 mouse. It is their first ever wireless mouse that provides lag-free connectivity. Coming with a four zone RGB lighting, it is designed with 3360 Pixart optical sensor as well as up to 32,000 DPI.
Its PBT chassis reduces wear and tear, while its Omron switches offers a 20 million click reliability. In addition to that, it comes with a hybrid wireless connectivity for 2.4GHz or Bluetooth operations. Qi wireless charging is also available that gives users the ultimate in cord-cutting convenience.
Last but not least is the new Cooler Master MH670 wireless gaming headset, a first from the company as well. It couples its 2.4GHz wireless connectivity with virtual 7.1 surround sound that offers wireless usability with high-quality audio.
If wireless is not the route for you, it also comes with a 3.5mm connection, just in case you ever needed it. They’ve also introduced two other variants in the form of the MH650 and MH630, where they come in with lesser features than the MH670.
Pokdepinion: I wouldn’t mind having a go at that Cooler Master SK851 keyboard though 😛